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...
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...
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.
Maureen Haynes (with hands raised) and volunteers from Christchurch Boys High School packing donations for victims of Cyclone Ofa in a Sydenham warehouse.
Suia Tuulua surrounded with donated non perishable goods destined for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Russell Wakefield (centre) of Christchurch Flourmills Limited, and "Blue" Moore (left) and Paul Edlin of the RNZAF oversee donated flour being loaded onto a truck. The flour is to be sent to the...
Eva Gilmore, president of the Save the Children Fund North Canterbury, with donations of clothing and bedding for those affected by a cyclone in Suva.
Malcolm Ross of St Joseph's Orphanage in a department store in Christchurch considering how to spend his $2, donated by the Christchurch Jaycees.
Group of children at St Joseph's Orphanage with Christmas presents supplied by the Christchurch Jaycees.
Frame one is of the Christmas tree in ChristChurch Cathedral. Frame two is of the Christmas tree in the Hereford Street branch of the Bank of New South Wales. Typist for the bank, Jill Turner, is...
A group sorting and packing donated presents, which were left under the Christmas tree at ChristChurch Cathedral, to be sent as gifts to children in South Korea. Pictured sorting the gifts in the...
Woolston Primary School students handing the president of the North Canterbury Red Cross centre a cheque for aid relief for Tonga.
H.G. Stiles of the Bishopdale-Burnside Rotary Club with Singer treadle sewing machines he is repairing to be donated to Pacific Island villages.
External Relations and Trade Minister, Don McKinnon, loading a trail bike into a container destined for Qui Nhon, Vietnam.
Sir George Manning (left) accepting a cheque donation from Miss Marjorie Ray of the Christchurch Soroptimist Club for the George Manning home. To the right is Lady Manning.
Mr and Mrs Robert Vernal (right) with a cradle warmer they are donating to Christchurch Hospital. Receiving the donation is the chairman of the Hospital, Dr L. C. Averill (left) and the head of the...
Teacher Margaret Ngatai (right) and Megan Ayrton filling plastic buckets with donated goods for the Redwood Hall committee fundraiser.
Pastor C. G. Allen of the Seventh-day Adventist Conference Headquarters in Bealey Avenue with some of the “loaves” used to collect money for distribution to Adventist welfare organisations.
Major Gilbert Beale of the Salvation Army with a selection of toys donated by the Christchurch Bikers' Rights group.
Three children, from left, Lewis Hampton, Rosemary Hajek and Judith Worthington at the Christchurch Star Office with a jar pre-decimal money to raise money for Glenelg Health Camp.
Rex Kerr, South Island's regional manager for Equiticorp, donating Christmas puddings to Cyndy Smith of the City Mission.