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Twomey Donates Towards Spiral Injuries Fundraiser

In support for the Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji (VSIAF) the Australian High Commissioner Margaret Twomey has donated a box of wine towards the association’s fundraising. VSIAF is organising
06 Jul 2017 11:00
Twomey Donates Towards  Spiral Injuries Fundraiser

In support for the Viti Spinal Injuries Association of Fiji (VSIAF) the Australian High Commissioner Margaret Twomey has donated a box of wine towards the association’s fundraising.

VSIAF is organising the Old Skool Ball that will be held at the Grand Pacific Hotel on July 22.

The box of wine will be auctioned on the night and Twomey is urging more groups to come forward to support the worthy fundraiser.

Ms Twomey presented the box of wine to VSIAF President Paul McGoon.

Fiji Airways is flying in internationally acclaimed New Zealand actor Temuera Morrison who will be the special guest and main speaker on the night.

Grand Pacific Hotel is hosting Mr Morrison and the ball.

Mr Morrison starred in Once Were Warriors, Shortland Street and Star Wars and is the voice of Chief Tui, the father of the title character in Disney’s Moana. He is now filming two movies in Australia, including Aquaman.

“I am keen to raise awareness and raise funds that will go towards the work of the VSIAF in, among other things, building and restoring the homes and services of severely disabled people living in their own homes and villages,” Morrison said.

VSIAF president Paul McGoon expressed his appreciation for Morrison’s support and called on corporate bodies and entities in Fiji to support this very important event.

The event will feature amazing auction prizes including travel, holidays, restaurants, and sports memorabilia including an All Blacks jersey signed and donated by Richie McCaw, and other memorabilia from Eric Rush and other sporting legends.

 

 

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