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The Rotary Club of Kerikeri is here to serve and develop our town and our region.
On 17 April 2020 from 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Rotary presents a Fundraising Fashion Show at the Turner Centre. A night of celebration, with music, food, fun and fashion.
All funds raised will be donated to Northern Rescue Helicopters (NEST – Northern Emergency Services Trust.) This service is available to all of us in the North, however, it relies on donations to keep it operating.
Join Rotary on 17 April in the Plaza at the Turner Centre to enjoy a beautiful fashion show (for women and men) good food, a cash bar, and a lively evening, all for a great cause!
It is preferred that you purchase a table of eight for $360.
You can also buy Single Tickets for $45.00. All single ticket holds will be divided over tables of eight. Therefore we cannot guarantee you can sit next to the person you want.
Food is included in the price for all tickets.
Purchase of tickets in person at the Turner Centre Box Office, or here online.
About The Northland Emergency Services Trust (NEST)
$2,000 will help us fund one rescue. The funds we receive go into helping us ensure we provide the best possible emergency helicopter rescue service, that is there when the community needs it most.We provide the people of Northland with an excellent, safe, effective and efficient service, and will do so by maintaining its present course – one of providing first class flight crews aboard top class aircraft.
We know about Northland’s unsealed roads, our changeable weather and the fact that our people live over a wide-spread area that’s often difficult to access quickly by road. We’re also aware of the increased risk of death and serious injury caused when medical treatment is delayed – all of which makes Northland’s Electricity Rescue Helicopter service so essential.
We not only provide rescue services at accident scenes, but we also do a lot of inter-hospital patient transfers. We specialise in transporting NICU and PIQU babies and code stemi patients too.
The emergency rescue helicopters are crewed on every mission by either one or two members of a full-time team of St John Flight Intensive Care Paramedics (ICPs) who play an integral role in providing the medical care and treatment to all sick and injured patients transported.
The Trust is supported by the generous contributions made by local sponsors, individuals, families, businesses and organisations. A Board of Trustees, all of which are Northlanders, governs NEST and oversees its strategic direction and management.
We have transported over 20,000 people over the past 30 years. Over the last 12 months we have flown 735 missions and transported 800 people to hospitals or medical facilities around the north. On average, our helicopters are in the air twice a day, saving or making a huge difference to the lives of everyone we carry. Most people in Northland have a loved one or someone they care about, that have been flown by NEST.