First introduced to Wellington in 2009 by the Rotary Club of Wellington and held annually ever since, Jumbo Tennis is a fun, quick-fire, team event, played with oversized racquets. Played to the same rules as Table Tennis (players take alternate hits), Jumbo Tennis 7s has captured the attention of the corporate world for its entertainment,… Read more »
Wellington Regional Hospital, Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital and Kenepuru Hospital provide Tertiary hospital services for the Capital and Coast District Health Board region (From Whanganui and Napier to Nelson and Marlborough).
Community Support has enabled the Foundation to fund medical equipment, projects and other patient care items that have helped thousands of people in the Greater Wellington Region receive better healthcare.
100% of our funding comes from the community
We get no funding from the Government. Our mission is to fundraise for extra projects that aren’t Government funded.
Our region covers in excess of 900,000 people
We are the official charity for Capital and Coast District Health Board, which operates Wellington Regional Hospital, Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital, Kenepuru Hospital, Kapiti Health Centre and provides specialist tertiary-level care to patients from Whanganui to Napier, down to Nelson and Marlborough.
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Mark Dunajtschik, who is to build and donate our New Childrens Hospital, was named as Wellingtonian of the Year at last nights “Welly” Awards for his philanthropic work over past years. “We are so pleased that Mark has been recognised in this way and offer our congratulations” said Bill Day, Chair of Wellington Hospitals Foundation…. Read more »
Wellington Hospitals Foundation is delighted to have today arranged for the purchase of a third Voyager/transport system for Wellington Hospitals Neonatal unit. Chair Bill Day said that “our appeal to fund one incubator was so successful that the Foundation has been able to purchase a second incubator costing $180,000. The order has been placed today… Read more »