NZRC Executive Team

Following Donna, Red Cross nurse

Welcome to our Red Cross Journey team page!

Kia ora friends and whanau!

We count it an absolute privilege to be a part of the wonderful New Zealand Red Cross team. Every day we see the positive impact Red Cross people have in communities across Aotearoa and the world.

We’re so committed to this fantastic organisation and all that it stands for that we have signed ourselves up to a step challenge. Yes! That’s right. Along with my team, I’ll be walking 10,000 steps a day for 21 days in September to raise funds for New Zealand Red Cross. 

I need your help!

Will you consider sponsoring me by making a donation? By making  a contribution you will be helping:

·       Ensure communities are prepared for and can cope with disaster or crisis

·       Enable deploy great Kiwis to provide specialist support to communities in need across the world

·       Settle deserving former refugee families here in Aotearoa.

So, you can feel super proud about donating to  New Zealand Red Cross (and help me reach my goal!).

Red Cross does so much in New Zealand and overseas, thanks to people like you. 

Simply click on the link below to donate.




Thank you to our Sponsors


Anne Steele


Hancock Family

Go Niamh - you're the best :)


Tania Hopman And Steve Hopman

Love your mahi Viv and team. Xx


Denise Church

Go Niamh Is there a bonus for uphill? D




Brid And Seamus Cullen




Mark Inglis

Enjoy the journey, love your work!


Abel Euini

Go hard darling but make sure you have enough energy to come home!


Janelle Euini

Go hard Mum - love you!


Brian & Maria Rankin

Go Viv....



Good luck Niamh!


Caoimhe & Callum

Step it up Auntie Niamh!


Teresa And Tiger

You go girl your amazing.


Claudine Taylor

Go Viv! 😉



Good luck!


Shay Cullen

Well done Niamh, keep up the good work


Emer Cullen


Niamh Lawless


Kathryn Clarkson

10,000 steps around the shops doesnt count viv! Well done for taking on the challenge!


Janice Kelemete

How awesome to be supporting a great organisation


Melissa Baston