For seven decades, two brothers lived in and loved the people of Ashburton.
It’s where they did their schooling, played sport and ended up running their successful farm.
It’s also where they have and still are receiving medical treatment for various ailments. And because of this, Bob, 71, and Alan Johnston, 68, wants to ensure that young people from their beloved tiny South Island community will be able to medically treat others like themselves for generations to come.
Like many New Zealanders, the brothers have been contributing financially to the “steadily growing” community foundations fund that currently has more than $100 million dollars in investments, and more than double that in bequeathed funds.
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