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SHINE Orange Friday Campaign

February 26, 2015 at 11:11 AM

You can be a part of something BIG and orange!


Did you know that every 5 weeks, a NZ child is killed by a family member?  Or that every 3.5 weeks, a NZ woman is killed by a family member?

Domestic abuse IS a huge problem in New Zealand and it's time we showed the world that we are doing something about it through a visibly united response. Now you and your group from your workplace, sports club, school/uni - or anywhere - can demonstrate that Kiwi spirit by shining a light on domestic abuse on Friday 13th of March 2015.

We're calling it... Orange Friday!

 

Click here to check out SHINE's Orange Friday campaign and to get involved



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