Your donations to Mercy Hospice can grow by up to 48% thanks to TaxGift.

Did you know that all charitable donations attract tax credits, which can be reclaimed at the end of each tax year? Did you also know that these credits can be re-gifted to the same charity that received your original donation, and that thousands of dollars remain unclaimed each year? It’s even possible to gift historical

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Support from the Mercy Hospice community

Another fun way to support Mercy Hospice is by running your own fundraiser. Here’s a selection of creative ways our amazing supporters have been raising money recently.  Switch & Ditch Organised by hospice volunteer, Meryle Kenny at her retirement village, residents made donations to switch their pre-loved clothes

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Your hospice needs you!

One of our fabulous new volunteers, Karin Won, who has recently moved to Auckland from Wellington. We are thrilled to have her join our wonderful team of Retail Volunteers! There’s no doubt about it, it has been a rough time for our volunteers recently. With many of our valued and committed volunteers

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Lights to Remember

A cascade of lights adorning a large oak in the grounds of College Hill was the stunning centre piece for Lights to Remember, last year’s Christmas fundraising campaign. And what a wonderful way, after all the disruptions and frustrations of 2021 to end the year and focus on things that matter most to each

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I had the best dad.

It is such a privilege to be able to share this account of gratitude and love from Antonia Guttenbeil, whose father Jason passed away at Mercy Hospice in 2018. Thank you also to Dain Guttenbeil, Antonia’s uncle, who continues to provide invaluable cultural insights and learning to the whole team at Mercy Hospice.

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Making the most of every moment

Hayley McCarthy’s mum, Col, stayed with Mercy for five weeks in Feb 2021. Around the same time, Hayley decided to get married and wanted to include Col in the celebrations, but she was unsure if this would be a possibility due to Col’s levels of consciousness. “…she’d barely eaten or woken in the days

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Remembering Teina

In December last year, Te Korowai Atawhai Mercy Hospice suddenly lost one of its most dear and devoted family members, Teina Stewart. Today we share memories of our beloved coworker and how she positively impacted the lives of those she served and the cause she loved for over 27 years. Here’s a small selection

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