Two siblings who lived a “frugal” life have left a lasting legacy with the bequeathing of $1 million to Save the Children, Stuff reports. Barbara and Rob Dawn’s bequest will improve health services for children in Nepal. Save the Children NZ chief executive Heidi Coetzee said the bequest was the largest single sum the charity had received since she joined in 2015. The siblings were born and raised in Auckland and spent their entire lives living in their Remuera family home. Neither of them married or had children.
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