Alice Rabbitts

Following Donna, Red Cross nurse

Hello friends and family!

Kia ora friends and whanau!

So… believe it or not I have somehow committed myself to a step challenge.  I’ll be walking 10,000 steps a day for 21 days in September to help New Zealand Red Cross and the amazing things they do.

I need your help!

As you may already know, New Zealand Red cross provide relief to Kiwis affected by disaster, deploy specialist delegates overseas, and help former refugee families settle here in NZ. Help me to reach my goal by donating as much or as little as you want to help Red Cross .

By donating to Red Cross Journey, you will help to make a difference in the community. You will be helping…

  • Our disaster response teams support people affected by events such as Christchurch in the March 15 attacks; Nelson during the devastating fires; and Christchurch after that frightening gas explosion just the other week.
  • Settle former refugees into life in New Zealand.
  • People get Meals on Wheels delivered to their door and taken to medical appointments.
  • Our highly-skilled international delegates work in areas of conflict and disaster around the world.

Not only will I be getting fit (and potentially obsessed with my step count!) during this step challenge, I’ll be learning about the incredible real-life journey of Donna, a Red Cross nurse who has worked all over the world to help people affected by conflict and disaster. She has seen immense pain and suffering, but also joy in the people she has helped along her journey.

The more I step, the more I’ll learn about Donna’s journey.

Thanks in advance 

Alice