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$300k to save clinic

Shayal Devi
Saturday, April 19, 2014

SINCE receiving a notice to vacate two weeks ago, Animals Fiji Nadi Clinic has raised $44,501 of its $300,000 target.

A statement by the organisation said this amount was being raised to assist them find a new land to buy or lease and build a new Nadi clinic.

"We have been negotiating and are hopeful that an extension will be confirmed shortly," it said.

"A reply has been received by our lawyer recently and we are awaiting his confirmation on a 90-day extension. Meaning we would have until the 12th of September 2014 to reach our goal, find a new land, and build a new clinic.

"Without our Animals Fiji Nadi Clinic and the veterinarians we employ to be there, animals would have nowhere to go."

Those wishing to assist the firm can do so at Westpac to the account name West Charity Trust Society and number 9803624577.

The BSB code is 039019 and swift code is WPACFJFX.








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