Have an island night
Why not bring your workmates or friends together for a fun night of festivities with an island theme. Dress up in grass skirts or loud flower shirts, put on some tropical music, make some island style food, perhaps coconut cocktails and enjoy! A fantastic way to make a difference.
Shake your hips!
Have a competition to see who is the best doing the hula. Perhaps not the quality of Dancing With The Stars, but there’s sure to be plenty of laughter. Don’t forget the camera and add to facebook.
- Notes for planning an island night: PDF (177kb)
- Remittance form: PDF (128kb) | Word editable (152kb)
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