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Mon 18th February 2008

Auckland Father and Child Trust meeting

Filed under: Events — Julie @ 4:11 pm

Auckland Father and Child Trust –
Inaugural Meeting is on Monday 25th,
7-9pm at the Onehunga Community House,
83 Selwyn St Onehunga, Auckland

All interested fathers/people welcome,
partly to encourage dads who want company, would like to join our volunteer committee, or would like a free magazine…!

Our ‘ceo’ Harald Breiding-Buss will be up here, he has over ten years experience, from Chch

We have secured funding from the ASB Trust, partly to maintain our Auckland Trust Office, also to print a ‘New Babies Edition’ Magazine, will soon be free in ‘Bounty Packs’ all over NZ…

We have Trust members, magazine subscribers and contributers all over the country, Our positive support for all fathers message seems to win favor with the media!

One Response to “Auckland Father and Child Trust meeting”

  1. JohnP says:

    Thanks for posting this Julie.

    I wholeheartedly recommend supporting this organisation’s expansion to Auckland, and I will try and attend the meeting myself to find out more about their plans.

    Check out the Father & Child Trust website to learn about the good work they have done over recent years. Their magazine is well worth subscribing to.

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