Priceless All Blacks jersey for auction
BCAC member group, WONS: Well Women & Family Trust, a major Auckland women's health service is going online to raise money. Trade Me is hosting a one-week auction in support of WONS from 7-13 November 2011.
The auction is in time to start purchasing Christmas presents, and the one item that will be on everyone’s list for Dad is the All Black Jersey worn by Jeff Wilson in the 1997 New Zealand versus England test match. The jersey is signed by Wilson and Anthony Boric a current All Black and rising star! For the full listings see the Trade Me website store http://www.trademe.co.nz/stores/wons or our Facebook page WONS.
Each year WONS performs cervical smear tests for 3,000 high need women, educates over 10,000 women on a range of health issues, delivers health promotion training sessions to help local women become health advocates and conducts women's health days in low income areas. WONS also trains over 1000 health professionals in women and children’s health.
Ruth Davy, WONS CEO says; “Times are becoming more challenging for community health organisations. WONS is an essential service saving lives of women every day, which in-turn saves their families lives. The Trade Me auction is a great way to communicate our cause and gain much needed financial assistance.”
Any organisations wanting to support the health of the women in their community by being part of the Trade Me auction will be acknowledged on Trade Me, at the launch of the auction and on the WONS website.
For further details go to www.wons.org.nz.