Portraits of Donald Suttie, Mark Howell, Gregory Stevens and John Howell who raised money for the Commonwealth Games.
Members of the Kidson Terrace Junior UNICEF Club with a stall of goods for sale to raise money. Pictured are, from left: Biba Bedi, Kim Schuitman, Kirsty Hazeldean, Gita Bedi and Melissa Thomas.
Some of the Black Dragon Theatre Group and Christchurch Peace Forum members who organised Give Peace a Dance, 24 hour dance marathon. 2pm Saturday to 2pm Sunday August 16th and 17th 1986. Venue 111...
Participants in Give Peace a Dance, 24 hour dance marathon at 111 Worcester Street. August 16 and 17 1986 - Sat 2pm to Sun 2pm. Funds raised went to the Rongelap Resettlement Appeal.
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...
Portraits of Sarah and Katherine Quigley with their donation for the Save the Children Fund.
Andrea Papesch giving a donation from Christ the King School to I. D. Ristrom and Mayor Neville Pickering, for the Jaycee milk biscuit appeal.
Andrea Papesch giving a donation from Christ the King School to I. D. Ristrom for the Jaycee milk biscuit appeal.
Bronwyn Ballard and Mary Trigwell holding money they raised for the Save the Children Fund.
Portraits of Joanne Bruce and Judith Lake with the money they raised for the Save the Children Fund.
Portraits of Claire Shaddick, Susan Kennerly, Jillian Obbard and Karina Obbard who raised money for the Save the Children Fund.
Portraits of Christine McKenzie who raised money for the Save the Children Fund.
Soldiers, Keri Ruru (left) and Wattie Cooper shaving during a break from an attempt to break the world record for a continuous pool playing. Jim Brockie and John Taitoko continue to play in the...
C.W. Hunter during his record breaking attempt to play the piano for 50 hours at Shirley shopping centre. Mr Hunter is playing his piano in the window of Taylors Dry Cleaners to raise money for the...
Telephone operators in the Jaycees Dial-a-Dollar campaign to raise funds for a swimming pool. Manning the phones are, from left, J.S. Crosbie, J. McGirr, A. R. McLachland and M. P. Winder.
Jaycees collecting bottles to fundraise money for Tibetan refugees.
North Christchurch Jaycees Jim Wallace, Trevor Bayliss and Colin McNicholl pushing a bed to raise funds for the Bishopdale playground.
Lyttelton Borough councillor, Nita Miles, collecting money for the inquiry into the LPG pipeline.
Linwood High School students during a run from Hornby Shopping Centre to Lakeside Domain (35km) to raise money for their schoolmates to attend the national secondary schools' athletics championships...
Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees.
Views of Alan Jones with provisions for his pole sitting fundraiser.
Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees. Pictured in frame 4 is John Mackinder.
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...