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AIA NZ supports Relief Run for India

AIA NZ is joining its Australian colleagues in the global Relief Run initiative with the trans-Tasman business contributing $30,000 to the people of India devastated by Covid-19.

Thursday, June 3rd 2021, 10:30AM

Next Wednesday, the AIA NZ team will be running or walking 5km around the Smales Farm precinct in Takapuna, Auckland, as part of the worldwide virtual campaign.

AIA NZ chief executive Nick Stanhope says the scale of the tragedy in India is devastating "...and we have family members, friends and colleagues directly impacted by the Covid-19 crisis. I feel it’s important we join this movement and take this small step to make a difference.”

Last year's Relief Run raised more than AU$1 million in support of Australian bushfire relief efforts.

The New Zealand Relief Run will be supported by AIA NZ Vitality Ambassadors Dame Valerie Adams and Ian Jones.

All funds raised by Relief Run will go towards World Vision’s Covid-19 India crisis appeal which is sourcing equipment and supplies including beds, oxygen concentrators, food vouchers and tents for temporary Covid-19 care centres.

For more information and to register, click here.

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