Sir Graham backs fair trade campaign

Graham Henry. Photo / NZ Herald
Graham Henry. Photo / NZ Herald

Sir Graham Henry is among Kiwi celebrities auctioning themselves to promote fair trade.

Oxfam's Fair Trade Me auctions start today, offering bidders the chance to win a rendezvous with their favourite celebrity or notable New Zealander.

They can choose from a coffee with Sir Graham at his favourite cafe, with Shane Cortese on the set of TV show Nothing Trivial, a cooking lesson with chefs at top Wellington restaurant Logan Brown, followed by lunch with owner and chef Steve Logan, a visit to the Auckland Art Gallery and lunch with Almighty Johnsons actress Michelle Langston and a mentoring session and goodie bag from Starfish eco-fashion designer Laurie Foon.

The auctions aim to raise awareness of fair trade and funds for Oxfam's work with growers and producers in the developing world.

For more information, visit the Oxfam store on TradeMe.


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