Create a lasting memory
The purchase of a leaf, tile or feather provides both a tangible and lasting memory and also helps to ensure that Hospice services can continue to be provided free of charge to the people of the Harbour Hospice community.
The first Life Tree was created in the early 90’s by artist Terry Stringer as a symbol of hope. A beautiful bronze leaf inscribed with your loved one’s name can be placed on the Life Tree in the foyer at North Shore.
At Tui House in our Warkworth Wellsford community, a stunning korowai artwork ‘The Embrace’ is a symbol of the wraparound care that Hospice offers those who are living with a life-limiting condition. Created by artist Sarah Brill and comprising 250 stainless steel feathers, each can commemorate a loved one. Also available, are a limited number of coloured stainless steel feathers individually framed, with dedication plaque.
The team at Morris & James designed a range of unique memorial tiles especially for the Harbour Hospice Hibiscus Coast memorial garden. The tiles are mounted on a wooden block with a personally engraved plaque and displayed on a boardwalk amongst native plants. You are welcome to visit the tranquil garden in times of remembrance. Other tributes such as a bench seat or tree are available.
You can choose to commemorate your loved one at any of the Hospice sites with the tribute that best suits you and your family. These lasting tributes are available in return for a donation to Hospice ranging from $250 for a small tile, feathers from $1,000 and a bronze leaf on the Life Tree from $5,000. Donations can be made by an individual or collectively as a family or group.
Contact us to organise a tribute or for more information.