Got any old coins lying around?
Mon, 15 Nov 2010 7:00p.m.
How many old coins do you think you have lying around your house or stuffed in drawers or in jars?
According to the Reserve Bank the average household has about 200.
And the Lions clubs would like to put them to good use.
They are running a national campaign to collect them through Resene shops to raise money for outdoor and educational programmes for teenagers.
Campbell Live reporter Richard Langston reports.
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18/11/2010 9:39:49 a.m.
This is a different story John- This is a collection of old money and foreign currency from NZers in NZ for NZ youth.
You can donate any old NZ or foreign currencies at your local Resene
16/11/2010 7:21:23 p.m.
Can't believe you took $100 of Ozzies under false petences and donated to the AUCKLAND City mission. Give it back to the Ozzies. From John (a Kiwi with some pride).
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