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White Ribbon Day approaching us

October 24, 2013 at 10:55 AM

White Ribbon Day is approaching. Photo / File

White Ribbon Day march is on Monay 25 November 2013 in Henderson City Centre.

You can download the White_Ribbon_Day_Poster_2013_A4_2.pdf and map and ready your banners, placards, and walking facilities for the march from Waitakere Hospital leaving there at 1pm, through the Henderson Shops to Falls PArk.

All that walking for only 30 minutes or so, to stop Family Violence especially from men towards women. You get to meet the White Ribbon Riders too.

So, why don't you come and help us make this annual event an even bigger success than the last 6 marches?

Volunteers contact WAVES Trust Phone 09 838 4834 or email Asenaca



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