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National Volunteer Week – Meet Hineamoa

It’s National Volunteer week and we are incredibly fortunate to have an extraordinary family of more than 450 volunteers, who generously choose to gift their time and talents to help our hospitals every week.  Huge aroha and thanks to them all!  This week we’d love to introduce a few of them. Hineamoa joined our volunteer… Read more »

National Volunteer Week – Meet Pip

It’s National Volunteer week and we are incredibly fortunate to have an extraordinary family of more than 450 volunteers, who generously choose to gift their time and talents to help our hospitals every week.  Huge aroha and thanks to them all!  This week we’d love to introduce a few of them. It takes a very… Read more »

National Volunteer Week – Meet Al

It’s National Volunteer week and we are incredibly fortunate to have an extraordinary family of more than 450 volunteers, who generously choose to gift their time and talents to help our hospitals every week.  Huge aroha and thanks to them all!  This week we’d love to introduce a few of them. Not only is Al… Read more »

Baby Gigi admires view of her New Children’s Hospital!

How cute is this pic sent in by new Mum Laura! Welcome gorgeous Gigi!!💛💛 It’s so exciting to see work begin on the interior of your new children’s hospital. Mark Dunajtschik’s extraordinary gift will help ensure a brighter and healthier future for generations of Gigi’s to come! If you can support our campaign to raise the… Read more »

Acts of kindness bringing people together

We were very moved to receive this beautiful note from Shona, one of our volunteer knitters.  As a bereaved parent, she describes how even through the devastating loss of a precious and much wished for baby, a volunteer knitter brought her a little comfort. “Words can barely describe the powerful gratitude I felt when I… Read more »

Welcoming back our Hospital Volunteers

We look forward to welcoming back most of our Hospital Volunteers over the next two weeks.  We’ve missed you! Wellington Guides and ICU reception – 15 June. Kenepuru Guides – 15 June. Kenepuru Ward Volunteers – 22 June.

Michelle’s Givalittle sacrifice for your New Children’s Hospital

Michelle’s son Nnamdi spent many years in and out of Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital as a child.  Diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis which is an inflammatory bowel disease, he needed life changing surgery at 13 to have his entire large bowel removed and replaced with a stoma port.  This is a huge operation, with enormous physical… Read more »