We rely on the generous donations of our community to keep our specialist palliative care free of charge for those living with a life-limiting illness. Please click the Donate Now button if you would like to make a donation to Hospice.
Regular Giving Campaign
Join a growing number of loyal supporters who have set up a regular gift to make a big difference in the lives of many.
Regular giver supporters give a set donation of their choice each month, ensuring that Hospice Mid-Northland can provide quality care to all that need it.
Giving regular be automatic payment from your bank account means being able to contribute a manageable amount at a frequency that suits you. Fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or annual options are available, and no amount is too big or too small. Joining this ‘group’ is a great help to us so we can budget effectively and plan ahead.
For our regular givers, its easy and convenient with one consolidated receipt each year. You may be able to claim a tax credit of 33.33 cents for every dollar you donate. They are in complete control of your gift, choosing how often you give and the amount you give – it can also be paused or stopped at any time if they wish.
Thank you for your support.
A bequest is a donation from your estate, which you give to family, friends or your designated charity. Bequests need to be recorded in your Will under the guidance of your legal advisor. As a registered charitable trust, Hospice Mid-Northland is able to receive bequests and greatly appreciates these generous contributions.
Your bequest can be:
- A specific sum of money or a percentage of your estate - what may seem like a considerable amount now may be significantly reduced over time. Nominating a percentage of your estate will ensure your gift is not restricted by inflation
- Residue of your estate - once all other gifts and expenses are taken care of, Hospice Mid-Northland receives what is left
- Specific gift of asset or property - which we can use or sell as appropriate
You can find out more about bequests here or you can contact Hospice Mid-Northland Chief Executive Belinda Watkins on 09 407 7799 to discuss how your bequest can serve Hospice and people living with a life-limiting illness in our community.
Support Hospice Initiatives
There are many ways that you can help Hospice through our exisiting initiatives
- Donate your time or money to Hospice activities and events - we always need a helping hand!
- Donate goods to our five Hospice Shops in Kawakawa and Kerikeri and Kaitaia
- Shop at our five Hospice Shops in Kawakawa and Kerikeri and Kaitaia
- Bequest a gift to Hospice in your Will
- Run your own event or attend our events.
- Farming for Hospice - raise one of our calves on your property
- Donate art, wine and collectables to our annual auction
- Allow Hospice to tap your organisation's buying power for goods and services
- Purchase green rubbish bags from Northland waste at participating retail outlets - we receive 5cents of every bag sold.
- Purchase any cooper tyre from Tyrepower Kerikeri and we receive $5 per tyre.
- List your house with REAL Property Kerikeri and when this sells we receive $1000!
We are open to new ways of working with our community, so please contact us to discuss your ideas or find out more about one of ours.
Careers at Hospice
Hospice operates with a team of specialist palliative care nurses, a Family Support Co-ordinator, a dedicated Operations Team and a large number of regular and on-call volunteers. You can view our vacancies here and we welcome your enquiry at any time on 09 407 7799.
Volunteer with Hospice
We always need a helping hand and there are many ways that you can volunteer with Hospice. We could not fund the specialist palliative care equipment, facilities and services without the ongoing support of our valued volunteers.
There are six main ways that we call on our wonderful volunteers to Help Hospice:
- Retail support for our Hospice Shops in Kawakawa, Kerikeri and Kaitaia
- Sorting support for our Green Shed (Kerikeri Processing Centre) which sorts donations to supply our shops
- As Lifter-Shifter Drivers, picking up and dropping off donated goods and specialist palliative care equipment between Hospice locations, homes and workplaces
- Donating therapy time to our patients and their family members at the Hospice Cottage in Kerikeri and also at our monthly clinic in Omapere.
- Ad-hoc assistance to setup and run our fundraising events
- To support our patients in their homes in non-medical ways, such as cleaning, lawn mowing and running errands. Our patients are lovingly supported by their friends and families, but sometimes a little extra support is needed.
Please contact us to discuss how you might help Hospice by volunteering your time or click here to find out more.
Tell us about what you enjoy doing, and the skills and knowledge that you have and we will work together to match your support to something that you will enjoy to benefit others.
There are many different ways to raise funds for Hospice within our community:
- Host a luncheon, morning or afternoon tea with friends, family or workmates for a gold coin donation
- Compete an event sponsored by friends, family and workmates
- Choose Hospice Mid-Northland as your designated charity for fundraising events
- Host a mufti/casual day or disco at school for a gold coin donation
- Host a workplace movie night
- Hold a garage sale for unwanted items
- Offer a dog wash, car wash, gardening or lawn mowing for Hospice
- Donate your restaurant tips for an evening to Hospice
- Community Business Day
We welcome all donations, so please contact Adele, our Fundraising and Awareness Manager on 021 584 613 to discuss ways that you may be able to help Hospice.
Project H - Making a REAL difference
Are you looking at selling your home or property?
For each house listed and sold with REAL, the team have committed to giving Hospice $1,000!
So far this year, the REAL team have donated $85,000!! This has enabled us to purchase both a car for the nurses and also an admin car. We are now well on the way to getting some heat pumps/air conditioning units into our Kerikeri Shop. In summer, the temperature in this shop exceeds 37 degrees.