Meet our Business & Community Partners
Harbour Hospice is grateful to our amazing group of partners. We encourage everyone to support these companies that support our Hospice families. If you’re a customer or visit one of their stores, be sure to let them know you're a friend of ours!
There are many ways that our business and community partners help us – not only do they provide valuable funds or volunteer, but many also offer services at little or no cost, so that all of the money we raise can be used to directly benefit patients and families in our care.
We are very grateful to the David Levene Foundation who have been extremely generous supporters of Hospice for over 30 years.
Perpetual Guardian have a vision for stronger New Zealand communities where everyone thrives.
Harbour Hospice is grateful to have benefited from Trusts managed by Perpetual Guardian including; Clyde Graham Charitable Trust, W & WAR Fraser Charitable Trust, Estate of Ernest Hyam Davis + The Ted and Mollie Carr Endowment Trust, CR Stead Trust, VMD Collier Charitable Trust, Dorothy Williams Trust, JA Redwood Trust, Walter & Rana Norwood Charitable Trust.
The priority of Lottery Grants is to work with community organisations that are strongly connected to the communities they serve, who understand the needs and aspirations of their community, and who are working to achieve the outcomes that the community values most. We appreciate their ongoing support of our Harbour Hospice community.
Our Principal Partners provide ongoing financial support to Harbour Hospice to ensure care to our patients and families remains free.
Harbour Hospice is extremely grateful for the government support through the Waitemata District Health Board, which funds about 50% of the costs of care.
Pub Charity has generously contributed to the operating costs of Harbour Hospice to keep the lights on and doors open for our patients and their families.
Lion Foundation is a significant funder of patient care, funding our clinical team to deliver care to our community, where they need it.
Our National Partners are managed through Hospice New Zealand and support Harbour Hospice communities through their fundraising activities.
Hospice New Zealand is proud of our long and ongoing partnership with House of Travel. For us, this truly is a partnership and not simply a sponsorship. There is a depth of connection between the people involved which goes far beyond cheque writing and we very much appreciate the support of this special company. Please click on their logo to learn more out about the wonderful things House of Travel are doing for hospice services in New Zealand.
Hospice New Zealand's Caring Connections in Our Community campaign is supported by our amazing friends at Farmers. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, Farmers stores nationwide host Trees of Remembrance. Customers are given the opportunity to remember someone special during the festive season and to make a donation tin support of their local hospice service.
The Harcourts Foundation sponsors the Hospice New Zealand Grants Programme – a special fund designed to assist member hospices with funding for key projects that directly benefit the people using hospice services in the local community.
To date, the support of the Harcourts Foundation has enabled the purchase of a new car, automatic beds, special equipment and inpatient unit upgrades. Many Harcourts offices across the country also support their local hospice fundraising initiatives.
Since 2012, Quest Apartment Hotels has selected Hospice New Zealand as their charity of choice for their ‘Quest for a Cause’ programme.
They offer discounted accommodation to hospice staff, support local fundraising initiatives where possible and donate ‘Quest Weekend Away’ accommodation packages to assist hospices with their fundraising initiatives.
Thanks to the support from these companies and trusts people in our local communities will continue to have full access to our wrap around services, completely free of charge. As well as those below we extend our heartfelt thanks to Suncorp Trust, Jogia Charitable Trust, Rural Communities Trust, Hine Rangi Trust, Norah Hamblin Memorial Trust, Hugo Charitable Trust, Reed Charitable Trust and North Shore Presbyterian Trust.
We depend on our community's generosity to raise the funds we need to keep our services free of charge.