Stephen Jones selling the Combined Christchurch Rotary Clubs' Christmas appeal mystery envelopes in Cathedral Square.
G.H. Coley (right), C.O.R.S.O organiser for the Canterbury-West Coast district, receiving a cheque from members of the St Martins senior youth group in aid of Operation 21. Pictured are, from left...
Otago University students pushing a coffin to raise funds for Operation 21 in Cathedral Square outside the Chief Post Office building. Pictured are, Bruce Lawry (left) and Kevin Hayward (right).
Otago University students, from left, Bruce Lawry, Brian Miller and Kevin Hayward take a break at the Waitaki River from pushing a coffin for Operation 21 from Dunedin to Christchurch.
Rev. Malcolm W. Wilson dedicating a tractor and implements to an agricultural college in India at a ceremony in Cathedral Square outside the Chief Post Office building. The money was raised by New...
Joan Lynskey (nearest camera) leading a group of youth across the Waimakariri Bridge. The group are walking from Kaiapoi to Christchurch to raise awareness of hunger in overseas countries as part of...
A man with a pile of books at the North Canterbury Red Cross annual market to raise funds for meals-on-wheels and disaster relief teams.
Betty Pearson (left) and Louise Callander of the Save the Children Fund with textured vegetable protein destined for aid in Vietnam. The packages are to be flown on a Hercules flight from Wigram to...
Steven Gale with donations collected for Romanian orphans at the Linwood New World Supermarket.
Tracey Sheldrake sorting out clothing donated for Operation Good Samaritan at the Carlyle Street railway sheds ahead of being shipped to the Pacific Islands for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Barry Gwynne sorting out donations for Operation Good Samaritan the Carlyle Street railway sheds ahead of being shipped to the Pacific Islands for victims of a cyclone.
Dion Wall and Fern McAllister of the Puawai Dancers dancing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for the victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Petariki Ngarimu (left) and Andrew Shepherd of the Puawai Dancers performing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for the victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Petariki Ngarimu (front) and Sumara Fraser of the Puawai Dancers performing in Cathedral Square to raise funds for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Five Bangladeshi children from Savar Children's Village in Dhaka who are touring New Zealand to thank New Zealanders for their support in providing family care for 200 children. The children are...
Chisnallwood Intermediate pupils, John Cannard (left), Maria Franklin (seated) and Natasha McQuoid dressed as rubbish to promote a World Vision 40 Hour Famine they are involved in with their teacher...
A group of girls from Opawa Baptist Church who are participating in World Vision's 40 hour famine.
Mrs Diana Isaac and Mr Neil Isaac with Prince Philip feeding trout at Peacock Springs, McLeans Island following a fundraising luncheon for the Isaac Wildlife Trust.
Miss Hornby, Susan Robertson, at a Birthright charity march wearing pink long johns. The march was also to protest at increase in power charges.
Sandra Savage and Tony Edwards with toys at DIC Beaths as part of the Jaycee Wives annual shopping spree. A group of children were given some money and taken to the toy department to choose a...
Mrs Albert Kessler of the Women’s International Zionist Organisation seated on bed. She is visiting Jewish groups in New Zealand to encourage them to take an active share in community services.
[Frame 32] Denise Forrester in Y.W.C.A. gardens dressed in Dutch costume. [Frame 35] Gayle (left) and sister Marlene Henry admiring Japanese doll.
[Frame 41 to 44] Mrs van Berkel speaking to a group of girls during the Y.W.C.A. ‘stay-at-home camp’.[Frame 39 to 40] Marlene (left) and sister Gayle Henry admiring Japanese doll.
Motorcyclists Mary Jones and Malcolm Graham at Riccarton Mall for the Christmas toy run.