Celebrate The New Zealand Herald's 150th birthday, score a piece of New Zealand history to hang on your wall and support the Starship Foundation, all with just the click of a button.
Grab a limited edition Kiwi icon print created by Dick Frizzell for just $150, and all proceeds will go towards the Starship Foundation's National Air Ambulance Service.
As part of The New Zealand Herald's 150th birthday celebrations, acclaimed New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell has created gouache paintings of five Kiwi icons; Sir Edmund Hillary, Dame Whina Cooper, Ernest Rutherford, Kate Sheppard and Richie McCaw. The painting combines all five icons as depicted by Frizzell into a single artwork measuring 380x625mm. 150 special edition prints, signed by the artist, are now up for grabs in support of a very good cause.
Year-round, the Starship Foundation's National Air Ambulance Service flies top medical experts to life-threatening emergencies around the country. These vary from complications arising from normal childhood illnesses such as the flu to accidents (drowning, car crashes, sporting injuries); as well as children suffering from heart conditions, seizures and meningitis. These specialists stabilise the children and allow them to be brought safely to Starship where they can receive the care they need. Starship Foundation raises $1.5 million annually to fund this service in a variety of ways which includes staff training and aviation costs. Click 'Buy!' now and play your part in keeping this vital service running.
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