He counts running out to a Wembley Stadium crowd of 100,000 among his greatest moments, but Kiwi rugby league great Dean Bell reckons he’s living his best life now as a hospice worker and granddad.
Harbour Hospice’s largest annual fundraiser, Vintners’ Brunch, is always a memorable affair. But at this year’s event, held at the Pullman Auckland on Sunday 20 August, it was guest speaker Gabrielle Anstiss who made it unforgettable.
Double celebration as Harbour Hospice marks 40 years of care in the community alongside North Shore’s official opening
More than 200 generous donors, supporters, local businesses, staff and volunteers gathered at Harbour Hospice in Takapuna on Saturday [24 June] to formally celebrate the end of an ambitious multi-million-dollar redevelopment project.
After years of planning, and navigating a global pandemic, the monumental $20 million project to redevelop the Harbour Hospice building on the North Shore is celebrating a major milestone – being approved for public use.
An annual scholarship to further educate and train patient-facing volunteers has been launched in memory of a dedicated North Shore volunteer who gave 29 years of her time to Hospice.
Shrink wrap is on, scaffolding is up and construction is underway, but now Harbour Hospice North Shore needs your help to finish its vital $20 million redevelopment project.