The Truby King Bequest Society returned to its birthplace in March, with an afternoon tea in Dunedin. Plunket mums, ex-Karitane nurses and ex-Plunket committee members gathered to celebrate our achievements and hear about plans for the future – all aimed at ensuring that Plunket continues to offer the services that new mums and their children need.
We welcomed the Society’s 32nd member at a similar event in April, in Palmerston North. Plunket’s National Fundraising Manager, Carolyn Mettrick, briefed supporters on Plunket nurses’ training and the upcoming projects to which the endowment funds will contribute.
Bequest Programme Manager, Abby Cormack, will soon be hosting afternoon teas in Tauranga and Auckland. If you’re interested in going, or would like to hear more about the Bequest Society, please contact Abby.Cormack@plunket.org.nz or phone on 0800 205 555.
Tags: Dunedin 0 Comments Posted by Maddison Treadwell on 2 July 2015