Onesie Day 2020


Onesie Day is on Friday 4 September.

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Onesie Day 2020

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Onesie Day is going to look a little different this year….

This Onesie Day, Friday 4 September, we’ll be doing things a little differently. You won’t see collectors out on our streets* but you can still take part and help support 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!

Our usual street collection will be suspended this year to ensure we help keep everyone safe.

While Onesie Day will largely be online, we still encourage you, your whānau, your colleagues and friends to get involved by holding virtual (or real) Onesie Days, bake sales and other fundraising activities to help raise money for Wellington Free Ambulance. 

Our resources will be available online in August to help you with promoting your Onesie Day activities!

We’ll continue to work out the finer details of what Onesie Day will look like in the coming months and if you would like to be kept in the loop, sign up below for regular updates.

Thank you for being onesie-ful!


*dependant on the Ministry of Health COVID-19 guidance at the time we still may have collectors in businesses such as supermarkets.

Why Onesie Day?

We chose Onesie Day as the theme for our annual appeal because it celebrates us being the one and only emergency ambulance service for the Greater Wellington and Wairarapa, and the only ones in the country who are free!

Onesie Day celebrates our one-of-a kindness and the things that make our region unique – like having our very own ambulance service.

We are the Ones. 111.

Sign up and take part this year

We are so thankful for your support and can't wait for this year's Onesie Day on Friday 4 September.

If you'd like to help this year, please fill out the below form. Unable to participate but still want to support us? Please visit wfa.org.nz/donate.

Please get in touch if you have any other questions by emailing [email protected].

 

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