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$200k so far for Te Horo Hall



Fundraising to save and upgrade Te Horo Hall is heading into its third month with close to $200,000 raised so far.

It’s almost 60 percent of what’s required for earthquake strengthening. It includes seed funding of $120,000 from the hall committee’s previous years of fundraising.

Committee chair Andrew Annakin says it’s a phenomenal achievement for a small rural community.

“Locals are clearly passionate about keeping this precious community asset.”

During the past two months, more than $45,000 has been raised through The Great Te Horo Road Rai$e campaign. Road Rai$e has featured an array of local fundraising events, all well supported with attendees coming as far afield as Wellington and Palmerston North.

The fundraising kitty is also benefiting from Kelly & Co Real Estate, which is contributing $20,000 from local property sales. Pub Charity has donated $20,000. Several private donations have also been received. Andrew hopes the donations will encourage other sizable contributions.

Local businesses continue to support hall fundraising events.

A recent quiz night had more than $600 in donated prizes for spot raffles. The hall’s monster raffle runs through May with $5000 worth of prizes, all donated by local businesses (tickets can be bought at Road Rai$e events or from Te Horo Beach’s Bus Stop Café).

The campaign continues into June.

See for upcoming events, including a Mother’s Day High Tea at the hall, the Wetlands Wander and a 70s Disco Night.




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$200k so far for Te Horo Hall


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