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Smokefree Coalition AGM

The Smokefree Coalition will host its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 26 November at 12.30pm, at the Heart Foundation: 9 Kalmia St, Ellerslie, Auckland.

All representatives of member organisations are invited. Please forward this invitation throughout your organisation.

Membership of the Smokefree Coalition continues to grow and the AGM is another great opportunity for all 58 members to network and inspire new collaboration.

To this end lunch will be provided. Come early and stay late for the chance to meet others and toast another active year in tobacco control.

View the agenda.

If you wish to attend this meeting and would like copies of all meeting documents, please RSVP before 21 November to admin@sfc.org.nz or phone 04 801 9308.

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We support Government's commitment to making Aotearoa New Zealand a smokefree nation by 2025.