Tēnā koutou katoa,
Your Hapū Wānanga kaiwhakahaere/co-ordinators Tawera, Moerangi and Sharron are excited to hold their first ever Hapū Wānanga Market Day Fundraiser. Please “share” this event whānau.
What will this fundraiser support?
We are specifically fundraising to attend an Indigenous conference in Vancouver September 2020 through PRIDoC (Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors of Congress). We endeavour to present our programme and share our progress and success through a kaupapa Māori driven programme. We especially endeavour to seek valuable indigenous knowledge, wisdom, experiences and networking opportunities, to enrich our self-development and your Hapū Wānanga programme.
The SCHEDULE OF EVENTS is as follows:
Whakatau welcoming ceremony onto Muru Raupatu (if you have never been to Muru before please arrive on time for this ceremony)
Market Stalls Commence/Batons for purchase (from $5, $10 and $20 each)
Batons Up Starts
Tina/Lunch Break & Kai Stalls Open
Attended Hapū Wānanga and want to tautoko?
As it is a fundraiser we would appreciate a small koha from those of you have attended our wānanga for our BATONS UP (it’s like a special spot prize that you buy a ticket for for those that don’t know – it’s loads of fun!). We would appreciate GOOD QUALITY pre-loved (or new if pēpi grew too fast to wear them!) such as:
Clothing; blankets; wraps; toys; nursery items; linen. Please deliver your items to Moerangi Tamati to 141 Seaview Road New Plymouth no later than Wednesday 26 February 2020.
Are you a seller of pēpi goods and want to tautoko with a stall?
If you are a seller of goods that our whānau would like to purchase we invite you to register your interest for a STALL at our Market Day by filling out our form on this event page and emailing to email@example.com. We have hundreds of whānau, Māma and pēpi in our network who would love your products and taonga. We will be encouraging people to buy up large through our event page and extensive networks so please register your interest for a stall no later than 5PM 15 FEBRUARY 2020
Tēnā koutou katoa,