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John’s legacy of giving

Long-serving volunteer and all-round great guy John Wilson passed away in September. We remember him with fondness for all he did for Harbour Hospice.

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Rewarding volunteers for years of service

Volunteers have been receiving their long-service awards in a series of small gatherings at the shops and community sites

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Hospice visionary leaves a Christmas legacy

The Hospice Trees of Remembrance located throughout the community’s shopping hubs have special significance this year.

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Hallowe’en fundraiser a screaming success

Alistair Cassels-Brown and Jasmine Bishop have a talent for scaring money out of people, raising almost $900 for Harbour Hospice with their haunted castle for Hallowe’en.

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Remembering Mum with ambitious running fundraiser

Starting with a $500 goal, Manu and Afi Sapolu never thought they’d raise close to $7,000 by running 200kms across one month in memory of their mum.

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Lockdown kids book gives joy & needed funds

In the safely of their lockdown bubbles, people with extra time on their hands reengaged with their talents to give back in inventive ways.

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Keeping our Harbour Hospice family connected

This week we sent some messages of thanks to our frontline staff to show how much we appreciate what they’re doing for us all.

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Joan’s lasting legacy

Thanks to the amazing support of our community, Colin and Gaye were able to deal with each new challenge because they could pick up the phone and call Harbour Hospice at any time, day or night.

Jim Sonerson's Hospice Big Ride blog

86-year-old cancer survivor bikes 1,000kms over 25 hours

A cancer diagnosis certainly didn’t slow Jim Sonerson down. In fact the incredible care and support him and his family received at Hospice left him inspired and motivated to give back.

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Tyrepower gives $5 for every purchase

Tyrepower Warkworth joined a national programme in conjunction with Cooper Tyres, with $5 donated to Harbour Hospice for each tyre sold.