Red and black Friday

Little Crusader

We are all dressed in Crusaders colours today showing our support for the people of Canterbury.  Loads of kiwis all over the world are doing the same.  Get the word out and let Christchurch know we’re here for them.

For the ‘Cloak the Country in Canterbury Colours’ facebook page click here.


NZ Red Cross:
– By cheque to: New Zealand Red Cross 2011 Earthquake Appeal, Freepost 232690, PO Box 12140, Thorndon, Wellington 6144
– By direct credit transfer to a special appeal bank account:
Kiwibank 38-9009-0759479-00 and the account name is RED CROSS
– By direct credit transfer to a special appeals bank account:
ASB 12-3192-0015998-02
– At any branch of PostShop Kiwibank, ASB and ANZ bank
– At Body Shop stores nationwide
– At Warehouse stores nationwide
– Vodafone users can donate $3 to the Red Alert Canterbury Earthquake Appeal by texting “Quake”. Donations go to Red Cross Canterbury Earthquake Appeal.

The Salvation Army: Freephone 0800530000
– Online at
– By post: The Salvation Army, PO Box 27001, Marion Square, Wellington, 6141. Mark correspondence: “Canterbury Earthquake Appeal”.
– Any ANZ Bank: Account number 01-1839-0188939-00.
– Any National Bank: Account number 06-0869-0548507-00.

The Auckland University Students Association street appeal outside its Student Union building.

You can donate to the Christchurch SPCA Pet Emergency Earthquake Fund through Westpac’s account: 030802 0586429 00.

Paw Justice are sending food shipments to Christchurch for pets affected by the quake. Make a $3 donation by texting FOOD to 4662.

Donations to the Rotary New Zealand Canterbury Earthquake Appeal can be made via:
– Rotary New Zealand World Community Service, where there is a PayPal credit card facility
– Internet banking to Westpac 03 1702 0192208 02 (international donors will require Swift Code WPACNZ2W)
– Cheque made payable to RNZWCS Limited posted to PO Box 20309, Christchurch, New Zealand 8543

Any offers of goods and services should be forwarded to the National Crisis Management Centre (NCMC) in Wellington. The email address is

2 Responses to “Red and black Friday”

  1. Abuela Wood Says:

    Thank you, Ana, for seeking support for the people of Christchurch. What they are coping with is unimagineable – especially with the aftershocks continuing. It would be really special if people could help out those who are in the city where your Mum was born. xx

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