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Kiwis are being encouraged to make monkey toys out of socks to send to children in hospital.
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11/11/2012 5:39:37 p.m.
lorraine McKenzie wrote:
Some of us, who are being paid properly, have noticed we are all 1c short with no explanation. If there are 110 000 on the payroll, who is getting the $1,100 per fortnight? I know it is not much but it does make you wonder.
9/11/2012 9:10:12 p.m.
Tracey Spath wrote:
This is a wonderful idea and I love it!!!!
9/11/2012 7:36:41 p.m.
Would love to be able to help out making monkeys so would you mind sending me a pattern POBox 3096 Ohope
6/11/2012 9:33:36 p.m.
from Olivia's FB page...if anyone can help please
I have been asked how people can help other than making monkeys, so here is a request, if you would like to be involved.
I have quite a few kiddies that are in the community that are waiting for monkeys to arrive, so we need prepaid courier bags, big enough to fit one monkey, and an adoption certificate. This way, I can send the monkeys off, without having to wait till I can afford to do so!
I am also after help with getting groups of 30 monkeys and their adoption certificates out to hospitals, so if anyone knows of a courier co that would like to sponsor our monkey deliveries, that would be awesome!
Thanks for all support!
6/11/2012 7:56:12 p.m.
Lynn Brannigan wrote:
Would like the Pattern on how to make Monkeys or from whom I can purchase it.Address 31 Springvale Road Wanganui 4501 Thankyou.
6/11/2012 7:26:11 p.m.
Admin staff are paid from the school bulk grant. yes shame on Novopay for the long wait but even more, shame on the school for not making the payments as due and doing the paperwork to have the adjustment done by Novopay once they get their act together.
6/11/2012 11:52:19 a.m.
Vicki Dennes wrote:
These are wonderful!!!!
Would love the instructions so I could make some for you!!
6/11/2012 11:52:13 a.m.
6/11/2012 10:35:52 a.m.
Brought tears to my eyes as well! Wonderful story and what a wonderful cause :)
5/11/2012 7:55:15 p.m.
Doreen Collins wrote:
Brought tears to my eyes, there are some truly wonderful people in NZ
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