We’re looking for:
- Help make crosses
- Donate, find, buy cheap hard hats $2
- A coordinator for each town
- Volunteers to setup, run and packdown the action
- Families to tell the media their health and safety stories
Please note we haven’t confirmed the towns yet. Check the latest itinerary update.
Help make crosses
- Are you in Auckland and free on Friday 24, Saturday 25 or Sunday 26? Call me 027 526 8704. Looking for extra drop saws and time.
- Are you outside of Auckland and can make cheap crosses? I’ve got the dimensions. Call me on 027 526 8704.
Donate, find or buy cheap hard hats
- We need bulk cheap hard hats. We’ve got 140. We need 428. We’ll need to get them to Auckland and lower South Island by 30 July. Can you help? Call me on 027 526 8704.
Coordinators will ensure the action happens in your town.
- You need to be available on the day for at least five hours. Two hours set up, one hour action, 2 hours pack down.
- Choose a couple of sites for the action. Your local Maori Party, NZ First, United Future or National Party MP’s office. Don’t have one? Choose a public spot that will look awesome. Send us a photo.
- Organise at least two volunteers. They need to be at the action two hours before the action and stay for the full five hours.
- Once we’ve confirmed your town, advertise the action.
- Help us find a family, preferably two, to tell their story. See the requirements below. Don’t commit them. Send us their details.
- If you have good media contacts, let us know.
If you want to be a Coordinator, email us subject: “Coordinator”, your town, name, email and cellphone.
You’ll help pack and unpack 214 crosses and helmets. It will take four people two hours to set up and another two hours to pack down. The action will last one hour. That’s it. Easy.
If you want to be a volunteer, email us subject “Volunteer”, your town, name, email and cellphone.
Family to tell their story
- Has your family been impacted by a major work injury or death?
- Do you support better health and safety laws and workers having a say over their health and safety?
- Are you comfortable with support to speak to the local media?