In a LinkedIn post, Vero recognised the large turnout of participants who navigated Eden Park, with the event marked by a vibrant display of costumes and a strong sense of community engagement.
The success of the three Spirit to Cure events is attributed to the dedication of numerous volunteers who committed their time and effort. The amount raised, Vero stated, has surpassed initial expectations, reflecting the high level of participation and donations from those involved.
In its post, Vero also acknowledged its partners, including Morgan Project Services, Parthenon Construction, ACM Removals, Aerem, ARC Projects, Automation Associates Limited, DWELLSTONE Construction and Property Maintenance, EDC - Engineering Design Consultants, Gallagher Bassett - Australia and New Zealand, Matassa Property Services, Prier & Alexander, SHARE_, Teladoc Health, Vero Liability Insurance Limited, and WNS Global Services.
Elsewhere, in response to the widespread damage caused by the Auckland flooding and Cyclone Gabrielle, Vero has been enhancing its workforce capabilities through training additional staff to become assessors for EQCover claims under the Earthquake Commission (EQC) Act, in collaboration with Toka Tū Ake EQC.
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