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Onesie Day: Luke and Megan

Onesie Day: Luke and Megan

For three years in a row, 11-year-old Luke has donned his Onesie in support of Wellington Free Ambulance’s Onesie Day and got his whole school involved too!

Luke and Wellington Free Ambulance's Megan

Why you ask? Simply because it’s fun and Luke loves to raise money for Wellington Free Ambulance so we can continue to be free and here for patients across Wellington and Wairarapa.

“I enjoy doing it – and love the challenge to raise more each year. It’s great to support a charity like Wellington Free because they do such a good job.

The fact that they’re free, makes raising money for them even more important,” Luke says.

Over the last few years, the Wellesley College student has raised around $3000 and is committed to continue to support this favourite ambulance service.

His fundraising efforts, all involving his teachers and friends, include bake sales, wearing onesies to school, sausage sizzles, and more.

Luke has an excellent injured gingerbread man biscuit recipe and last year organised a guess the number lollies in the jar game for his neighbours and friends.

Megan is also passionate about helping people – and so when her children all moved out of home she decided to do something meaningful with her spare time.

Joining Wellington Free in May 2017 as an Event Medic, Megan has loved being here to help so many people across the region over the years. 

Though this year Onesie Day will look a little different, Luke will once again be wearing his onesie and getting involved on Friday 4 September.

You can join Luke in supporting Wellington Free Ambulance, the one and only emergency ambulance service in the Greater Wellington and Wairarapa, and the only ones in the country who are free!

Could you hold a Onesie Day at your school? What about running a bake sale in your community? Whatever you end up doing, thanks for being onesie-ful! 

Luke is putting on his onesie to show his support for Wellington Free Ambulance’s Onesie Day on 4 September 2020. If you’d like to join him, go to our Onesie Day website.



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