One Tree Point School Play With Pride

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When Marlene got a call from One Tree Point Primary School about needing an away sports uniform, she jumped at the chance to help out. One Tree Point School is a Year 1-6 primary school with around 250 students, situated south of Whangārei on a beautiful site across from the Harbour.

Trigg funded enough shirts to allow every student at the school to have a sports shirt to wear with pride when representing their school. “The great thing about being part of a community is that we get to return the support we get from the local businesses and organisations that support us, directly back to the local community”, says Marlene. “Our go-to seems to be kids and sport, and that’s no surprise as Darrell, and I are parents and passionate about sport.” 

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