John Dyer blog

Generosity of John

Without the generosity of people like John we simply wouldn’t be able to provide the level of care that we do for patients and their whānau.

shore project ralph eve seelye

Training room benefits community

The redevelopment will feature a Training Room to deliver training and education programmes and it’s thanks to the generosity of The Ralph & Eve Seelye Charitable Trust, that this is possible.

paula garner 25 years blog

In it for the long haul

"I’ve always felt humbled by the work we do, and I’m constantly reminded that we need to live our lives and take opportunities when they come."

Ruth Reidy Jan Buchan education blog aug21

The deal on dementia

Two of our Inpatient Unit nurses went to the Dementia Care New Zealand conference to learn more about what this means for our community.

my boy and me linda august newsletter21

My boy & me

Before Linda’s diagnosis she’d never heard of MND and hopes that by sharing her story others will understand her illness better.

For You Hospice Shops campaign

Hospice shoppers make life better

When you’re enjoying that tea out of a mug you purchased at a hospice shop, remind yourself of the difference you’ve made!

Nancy Sirisena web

Volunteer Profile: Nancy Sirisena, Community Visitor

As a community visitor providing companionship to Harbour Hospice patients, Nancy believes she receives far more than she gives.

Bob Wainhouse web

Volunteer Profile: Bob Wainhouse, Day Programme Entertainer

Patients who attend day programmes at North Shore and Hibiscus House enjoy a live concert of popular songs at every session because a friend of Bob’s disliked classical music.

Vincent and Jacqui chaplains web

Chaplains comfortable with silence

We work with people of all faiths and no faith. Everyone has a spiritual aspect to their lives and for some, coming into hospice care provides a first ever opportunity to explore life at a deeper level.

Debbie Gillies blog feb21 newsletter sml

Hospice support helped Debbie keep Alan at home

Family members caring for a loved one at home often describe Hospice as a lifeline.