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    • Two Million Dollars for Refugees
      • 10 Jul 2019
      • On World Refugee Day 2019 the Refugee Family Reunification Trust reached a milestone well worth celebrating when total donations reached two million dollars.

    • Article in The Spinoff
      • 5 Jun 2018
      • Read the article on The Spinoff, ‘How do you settle when your loved ones are in danger?’.

    • Candlelight Vigil at Parliament
      • 30 Sep 2015
      • On 10 September 2015 around 3,000 people attended a candlelight vigil outside Parliament in support of welcoming more refugees to New Zealand.

    • Major Law Firm’s Gift to Refugee Children
      • 30 Aug 2015
      • One sunny Friday afternoon in August, on the panoramic 24th floor of HSBC Tower on Lambton Quay, four refugee children happily biked around the Simpson Grierson boardroom on their new BMX bikes.

    • Elite Beauty Treatments: Do Us A Favour – Treat Yourself!
      • 30 Dec 2012
      • Sincere thanks to Elite International School of Beauty and Spa Therapies, located at Level 2, 265 Wakefield St (by New World, Chaffers St), which kindly chose the Trust to receive proceeds from its 2012 student client sessions.

    • Radio NZ feature
      • 30 Jul 2011
      • The Refugee Family Reunification Trust was recently featured on the National Program’s Nine to Noon radio show: “Amanda Calder is a former lawyer and chair of Refugee Family Reunification Trust – she received the QSM in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours. Ranka Margetic-Sosa, orginally from Bosnia, is a registered psychotherapist who works with refugees.”

    • Te Papa Tongarewa
      • 30 Dec 2010
      • In December 2010, Te Papa Tongarewa selected the Trust as the charity to receive the gifts donated to it at Christmas time.

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