Views of Alan Jones with provisions for his pole sitting fundraiser.
Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees.
Marie McMillan aged under 5 years old dressed as Red Cross Queen for the Heathcote Baby Queen Carnival, a fundraising event in aid of the Patriotic Fund during the First World War.
Maidie Gimblett at Heathcote Hall in fancy dress with wheelbarrow of her own work. Wheelbarrow parade and sale-of-work fundraising for the Methodist Church.
Tane Newton, former All Blacks rugby player, with Mr McClay of the Cancer Society toasting Dewar Whiskey glasses which will be auctioned at the Linwood rugby clubrooms to raise money for charity.
Members of the Repertory Society in period costume at the Save The Children Fund charity luncheon at the Carlton Hotel.
Mrs P. Cotter (left) and Mrs M. Glanville, both members of the Repertory Society in period costume at the Save The Children Fund charity luncheon at the Carlton Hotel.
Members of the Repertory Society in period costume with the society's handicrafts on sale at the Save The Children Fund charity luncheon at the Carlton Hotel. From left are Mrs Eva Gilmore, Mrs Betty...
Members of the Repertory Society in period costume arriving at the Save The Children Fund charity luncheon at the Carlton Hotel.
Views of Alan Ward, a walker and hemiplegic who completed a marathon walk to raise money for Telethon.
Brent Blanford leading Lisa Bannan on a pony for a fundraiser organised by Burnside High School.
Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees. Pictured in frame 4 is John Mackinder.
Portraits of Starlet Gayle Cook who fundraised $40 for the SPCA.
Judy Ryan wearing a special “Mystery Envelope” apron, while seated surrounded by boxes. She is holding some of the mystery envelopes which she and 400 other sellers will be selling to fundraise to...
This photo,from a family album, I believe depicts some participants in a "Costume Cricket Match" held in Hagley Park on 23 Oct 1877 to raise money for the Indian Famine. Those in the photo are dressed...
A group of children at Glenelg Health Camp with letters stamped with health stamps which were sold to raise money.
Views of Sister Bernice of Rosary House, Park Terrace, giving her braille week donation to Margaret O'Connell and Deborah Cornish.
Morrie Dixon (left) and Ralph Woodward on Cashel Street at the start of their 1974 Commonwealth Games fundraising run.
Views of Gary Rawcliffe of Linwood Intermediate shining shoes on Cashel Street as part of a fundraiser.
Tine Bouenlander opening a mystery envelope that she is selling to fundraise for Te Wai Pounamu College. She and her friend and fellow seller Deborah Bell are kneeling on the grass with a pile of...
Photos of Hillmorton High School students, Wendy Harding, 16, and Bill van Peer, 17, playing acoustic guitars non-stop for 24 hours to raise money for the Save the Children Fund, and to set a world...
1976 Telethon - Civic Theatre - TV2 / South Pacific TV. St John Telethon. Venue for many television programmes such as "A week of it", "Opportunity knocks", "Touch of Country".
Views of the Dean of Christchurch (the Very Rev M. Underhill) with some of the Phillipstown schoolchildren from the hearing impairment unit of the school, presenting a cheque for needy children that...