Caroline Boyd Memorial Run
September 22 @ 10:30 am - 2:30 pm
This event celebrates the life of Caroline Boyd who was killed in a road accident near Paekakariki School in March 2017.
The 2019 Caroline Boyd Memorial Walk/Run will be held on Sunday 22nd September 2019 starting at 10:30am outside the Paekakariki Memorial Hall.
To register for this event, please send payment via internet banking using your name(s) and event type as references, and then send an email to us confirming your entry.
The different event types to register for are as follows:
(a) 5.5km Walk or Run [Bank Reference=Walk OR Walk+dog]: $30 Adult, $10 Child (attending school), $50 couple
(b) 10km Run (no dogs allowed) [Bank Reference=10km Run]: $30 Adult, $10 Child (attending school), $50 couple
Name: Caroline Boyd Trust
Bank Account: 12-3157-0060232-03
Payment per entry of $30 for a single adult, $10 for a single child (must be attending school), or $50 for couple
Particulars: <your surname>
Code: <your first name(s)>
Reference: one of the following event types (please choose one only): <Walk / Walk+dog / 10km run>
Please then confirm your payment date and name via email to email@example.com so we can match your payment to your entry.
To make a donation directly if you are not able to participate, please make payment to the Boyd Fund of the Nikau Foundation as follows:
Nikau Foundation 03-0502-0163248-01
Particulars: <your name>
Code: <your mobile number>
Reference: Boyd Fund
Note that you will be contacted via your mobile number (as above) to request where your donation tax receipt is to be sent.
Proceeds will go to the Caroline Boyd Memorial Fund and to Paekakariki School. The Caroline Boyd Memorial Fund is managed as a fund under the Nikau Foundation, a registered charity. The fund will support grants for (a) supporting young people, in particular their educational needs, (b) addressing issue affecting women, and (c) supporting local community networks and activities.
The fund now stands at just over $60k. A key objective is to reach $75k at which point it becomes a perpetual fund allowing regular annual grants without diminishing the core fund.
Dogs are welcome in this event which is held on the beach and in Queen Elizabeth Park.
There will be spot prizes and various activities on the day including a focus on road safety. Lunch and snacks will be provided on school grounds after the event.
More information will be sent to registered participants a week before the event.