Be in to WIN $5K of Panasonic Products AND Reward a Chosen Charity with a share of $5K of Panasonic Prizes!

Be in to win $5,000 worth of Panasonic products! All you need to do is to sign up with your email address to receive our Clever Made Easy e-newsletters and you are in the draw to WIN!

And at the same time, Panasonic’s rewarding three deserving charities with a share of $5,000 of Panasonic products. And we want you to decide which charity is the most deserving! 

  • At the end of the voting period, the charity with the highest number of votes will receive $3,000 worth of Panasonic products.
  • The charity with the second highest number votes will receive $1,500 of Panasonic products.
  • And the charity with the third highest number of votes will receive $500 of Panasonic products.

Voting begins 31 July 2017. Follow the progress of each charity below! For full terms and conditions click here



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Panasonic will reward three deserving charities with a share of $5,000 of Panasonic product. All you need to do is vote which charity you think is the most deserving!

Charity Results

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Meet our favourite charities

 

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Lifeline Aotearoa has been helping New Zealanders in crisis for over 50 years. It’s free community helplines (Lifeline 24/7, Suicide Crisis Helpline, Kidsline) are answered by volunteers and paid staff from call centres in Auckland and Christchurch. Lifeline Aotearoa receives no government funding for these helplines so is reliant on the public to be able to answer calls. 

Lifeline Aotearoa receives over 10,000 calls from people of all ages and ethnicities who are struggling with a wide range of issues. It helps an average of five people a day at high risk of suicide. Calls to Lifeline Aotearoa are free, confidential and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Our mission is based on a simple philosophy: boys need good male role models to become well-rounded men. Unfortunately, many boys do not have a father or other male role model and, while mothers do courageous work in raising their boys alone, they cannot model maleness. Boys learn through modelling and boys without a positive male role model to assist in their development are inherently at risk.
We recruit, screen and train good men to become volunteer Big Buddies for fatherless boys. Then we witness how each boy develops into his full adult potential; capable of making informed, responsible decisions as an involved member of our community.
Every fatherless boy in New Zealand needs a father figure - a Big Buddy - and our goal is to find them one. In the process, we build a better world. We have no plan B!

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All around New Zealand, 365 days a year, St John cares for communities. St John steps forward whenever help is needed – saving lives in medical emergencies, relieving sickness and injury, and working towards better health and wellbeing for all people.

 

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