Thanks to the incredible generosity of our donors, we have been able to fund new state of the art laparoscopic and endoscopy equipment for Wellington Regional Hospital’s Paediatric Theatre Service. The new 3D/4K Operative Laparoscopy System and 4K upgrade of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Imaging System will ensure better health outcomes for our hospital’s youngest patients… Read more »
Have your received a phone call or knock at the door?
We are currently fundraising for our hospitals with the help of both telemarketing and face to face representatives. These agents help us talk to thousands of people across our regional catchment area about our hospitals’ funding needs. Our fundraising programmes operate according to all relevant privacy and COVID guidelines.
Find our more about our face to face programmes, including the areas in which they will be working HERE.
Who are we?
Wellington Hospitals Foundation is the official charity for the hospitals served by Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley district. This includes Wellington Regional Hospital, Kenepuru and Hutt Hospitals, Te Wao Nui Child Health Service, Kapiti Health Centre and the Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service. Community support enables the Foundation to fund medical equipment, projects and other patient care items that help thousands of people in the Greater Wellington Region receive better healthcare.
Wellington Hospitals Foundation is an accredited member of the Public Fundraising Regulatory Association (PFRA) – www.pfra.org.nz.
100% of our funding comes from the community
We receive no Government funding. Our mission is to fundraise for extra projects that the stretched health dollar doesn't fund.
Our region covers in excess of 900,000 people
We are the official charity for Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley district, who provide specialist tertiary-level care to patients across central Aotearoa New Zealand.
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