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10 – A Celebration of Tastes

Earlier this year, supporters came together for Mercy Hospice at 10 – A Celebration of Tastes. The magnitude of kindness and generosity on display was truly inspirational. On June 11, over 400 people celebrated New Zealand cuisine and wine to continue the care for those living with life-limiting illnesses. The result? Over $500K raised!!

By |2023-09-18T17:01:15+12:00September 18th, 2023|Event Spotlight, Mercy Matters|Comments Off on 10 – A Celebration of Tastes

Game, lunch, and laughs at Tennis for Mercy 2022

On Friday 4 November, Tennis for Mercy went ahead under beautiful blue skies and a hot summer sun and raised an absolutely smashing $22,000! 90 players and non-players enjoyed a fun-filled day of good-natured doubles at Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club and Pompallier Lawn Tennis Club, and later made their way to Mercy Hospice

By |2022-12-09T13:16:31+12:00December 9th, 2022|Event Spotlight, Fundraising|Comments Off on Game, lunch, and laughs at Tennis for Mercy 2022

Remembering Together

In November, Mercy Hospice was privileged to host our annual remembrance service: The Space Between Us: Maumaharatange Memories. Like Lights to Remember, this year’s service was hosted on-site so that people could attend in person rather than the ‘live-streamed’ event that went ahead last year due to Covid. This was

By |2022-12-09T12:04:49+12:00December 9th, 2022|Event Spotlight|Comments Off on Remembering Together

A Kiwi kind of love

Thank you for helping make ‘10 – A Celebration of Tastes’ such a success and a force for continuing the care at Mercy Hospice. After two cancellations, two lockdowns and enough stress to sink at least a few Titanics, imagine the joy and relief felt by supporters and organisers when ‘10’ finally went ahead

By |2022-07-11T13:58:11+12:00July 10th, 2022|Event Spotlight, Patients & families|Comments Off on A Kiwi kind of love

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

By |2023-12-13T09:01:26+12:00March 16th, 2022|Event Spotlight|Comments Off on Lights to Remember
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