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Dressed in varying shades of pink, a group of QRS staff were part of national Pink Shirt Day - a movement to end bullying, celebrate diversity and spread aroha and kindness around the workplace.
QRS’s Pink Shirt Day campaign was led by contract administrator Nik Dowdell. The team raised $125 and shared a delicious pink morning tea with those lucky enough to pass by!
Pretty in pink are Nigel Pollock, Paul Eaglesome, Kristy Spooner, baby Te Awa Wallis, Nik Dowdell, Stefini Burling-Claridge, Steve Mockford, Davena Morunga, Rob Mayhead, Jeremy Harker and John Menneer. Seated are Moana Foster, Siobhan Storey, Melissa Stanaway, and Jacqui Burrows.
26 May 2021
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