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Colin’s Story

When Colin Bartrom’s pain became too much for him to bear he reluctantly agreed to a short stay at our Inpatient Unit. He’s now home again and coping beautifully, with the loving support of his family.

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Margaret’s Story

After many years of supporting Harbour Hospice alongside her husband Terry, Margaret Dunleavy is now being cared for at home by our community team, with her family by her side.

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Colleen’s Story

Colleen Gorbey plans her weeks around mah jong and golf, enjoys friends and neighbours popping in and spends evenings creating photo journals online. It’s a thoroughly normal life that’s also exceptional, considering what she’s been through.

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Bob’s Story

Bob’s Christmas wish will seem simple to most, but for him and others living with a progressive, incurable illness, it’s the only gift that matters.

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Fundraising in a new world

Over recent months, the fundraising team created fun events for people to get involved in from the safety of their bubbles.

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David’s story

For David and his wife Jenny, the ability to call Harbour Hospice at any time is their lifeline. David’s story demonstrates the courage it takes to live with an illness, such as advanced cancer, that brings a new challenge daily.

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Pauline’s Story

As much as she loves to be at home drawing, painting and sewing, artist Pauline Coates is a people person and needs to get out of the house.

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Your priceless gifts

Thanks to so many warm-hearted people like you…

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Your support changed Patricia’s life

Receiving at-home care from Harbour Hospice, Patricia Tsui’s life improved beyond measure.

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Local shoppers open hearts and wallets

Thank you! More than $56,000 was donated to Harbour Hospice at Farmers department stores before Christmas.