Honda New Zealand are proud to announce a new partnership with the Child Cancer Foundation (CCF) in New Zealand. Honda will become a Hero Partner in this four year relationship.
Each week more than three children in New Zealand are diagnosed with cancer and at any given time the Child Cancer Foundation is assisting more than 1000 families’ nationwide – offering support in hospital, at home and in the community. They receive no Government support and are reliant on fundraising.
Honda would like to help make a real difference and support the great work CCF does in New Zealand.
CCF had for some time been considering their future needs for their Family Support vehicles and how they could best deliver a cost effective solution that meets all their requirements and, ultimately, benefits their children and families.
CCF Chief Executive Officer Robyn Kiddle - “We are very proud to partner with Honda, a well-recognised vehicle brand in New Zealand that shares synergistic values and visions with our organisation.
Child Cancer Foundation's mission is that every child and their family walking the child cancer journey will never feel alone.
They aim to reduce the impact of cancer by offering services to ensure children and their families are supported, informed and well cared for on their journey with cancer.
Join the team at Bowater Honda as we celebrate another year of amazing new and redesigned vehicle releases, from the arrival of the compact SUV, the Honda HR-V, through to a new look Honda CRV.
The expo runs every day from 9am through to 5pm starting on Tuesday 9th February and going through tp Saturday 13th February.
There will be heaps of great deals on offer, with some amazing demonstrations, and giveaways, from the businesses we have partnered with during this week.
A life well lived, echoing with an loud and infectious laugh, the constant of a love of friends and family, the pride in a garden that fed many a family, a cheeky smile to greet those that walked through the door, and an honest and loyal work ethic is certainly a life well worth celebrating.
This was just a part of the life of Peter Ransby. A man that has been such a vibrant part of the Bowater Motor Group for many, many decades, spanning a time of over 45 years.
Yesterday, at a packed Marsden House, family, friends, colleagues and loved ones all came together to send Peter off in a manner befitting a man so loved, respected and widely regarded.
After a short and valiant fight right up until the very end, sadly Peter Ransby lost his struggle the morning of September 29th at Nelson Hospital and passed on, surrounded by his family and loved ones.
Peter has been such a large part of the success of the Bowater Motor Group for generations, and by generations we mean that quite literally. Peter has worked alongside all 4 of the generations of the Bowater family over the many decades he has been a valued part of the company - working in a wide variety of different roles, in different departments from the workshop through to the showroom floor.
In the days following the sad news of his passing those in many of the Bowater Motor Group businesses across the region rallied together to share cherished memories of Peter. Many have commented on our Facebook post with some very kind thoughts, and flowers have arrived. A flood of humourous stories has been shared at the Bowater Honda showroom in Achilles Ave by colleagues and customers past and present, over a date scone and a cup of tea or two, as we all came to grips with the loss of such a respected and appreciated colleague, contributer, mentor and friend. A new kind of sound has been ringing out in the showroom at Bowater Honda over the last couple of days - the sound of friends and family coming together to celebrate a life well lived.
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