Royal Wolf New Zealand has been acknowledged by the Salvation Army for its commitment to the aid effort following Cyclone Winston which devastated much of Fiji in February.
The Salvation Army Fiji Emergency Appeal saw container loads of supplies shipped to Fiji to assist with the recovery phase and to help people rebuild their homes and villages.
Royal Wolf donated four 20’ GP containers which were packed with items including clothing, tarpaulins, tents, sleeping bags, seeds for crops, kitchen and household items, and water containers for safe water storage.
Gavin Mortlock from Royal Wolf was presented with a small memento of appreciation at a ceremony which also acknowledged the support of Crown Worldwide and Maersk.
The containers will remain in Fiji to provide shelter for people in the villages of the Ra Province in the north of Viti Levu which was worst hit by the storm.
Photo provided by Gavin Mortlock (National Manager – Key Accounts)
Left to Right: Robert Donaldson (Salvation Army), Campbell Shield (Maersk NZ), Gavin Mortlock (Royal Wolf), Andrew Goodman (Crown Worldwide NZ), Lesley Beecham (Crown Worldwide NZ), Shane Chisholm (Salvation Army)