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Kāpiti Women’s Centre receives $17,000 donation via fishing competition

Louise Waterworth’s mission is to help as many Kāpiti women as she possibly can – and a recent donation of more than $17,000 will contribute greatly to that goal.

Waterworth is the manager of the Kāpiti Women’s Centre, a service that helps women and children who have been victims of family violence by providing counselling, safehouses and funds for things like protection orders.

The donation of $17,015 came from the Texturite Reel Womens’ Kāpiti Classic fishing competition.

The competition, which was meant to be held earlier this month, was unfortunately cancelled due to bad weather – much to the disappointment of the 120 women who entered – but the night event still went ahead and saw over 250 people attend.

Kāpiti Women's Centre manager Louise Waterworth (left) with Georgia Mackfall. Photo / Grace Odlum

Thank You!!

Thank you for all of those who collected at our Annual Street Appeal, we would also like to thank the public for all their generous support over this time.   Nga mihi mo to tautoko katoa


		

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