Friday, February 20, 2009

Walking the Talk for the Lesser Fortunate Kids in Fiji.esp the Flood Victims.



Luvei Viti group as part of its ongoing commitment to NZ Diversity Forum & the wider Community will be hosting a Family evening @ Keith Spry Pool in J'ville, Wellington on 21 March 09. This is to mark Race Relations Day & this year's theme is 'Neighborhood'.

For the Fiji Community in Wellington & those visiting, this will be a time to get together, mingle, swim & just have fun with everyone which includes Friends of Fiji & the wider community.

All those attending will be asked to bring some sort of school stationery be it a box of pencil, pencil cases, excercise books, coloured pens, rules etc to donate towards children who are suffering back in Fiji and/or are lesser fortunate.

Money raised will be donated to Save the Children NZ towards their projects in Fiji with a focus to Flood victims.

We ask that you pass the word around. More details will be posted in a flyer before the month ends. So do watch this space......!!.

Highlights: Fijian Meke, Music/Songs, Lovo food, authentic Fiji dishes will be sold & there will be lots of spot prizes.

If you are in Wellington on 21 March 2009, 6pm - 9pm : this will be the place to be at. There will be spot prizes & guest appearances. Prepare for more surprises.

The Core Team
Luvei Viti (Children of Fiji)
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Fiji Times Online
More students need assistance
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Update: 4:26PM SAVE the Children Fiji says the $525,000 budget available to assist children affected by recent floods is not enough. http://www.fijitimes.com/story.aspx?id=114770

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