SHARING OUR VISION

You Make A Huge Difference

Everything you do makes a huge difference to us at Mercy Hospice. 

Mercy Hospice cares for 300 patients at any one time in your community and we provide this free of charge because of the generosity of people like you. 

Our hospice receives only half of its funding from the ADHB and the rest is fundraised by people in our community. 

There are several ways you can support us in the work we do. Whether it is attending an event, volunteering, or supporting our retail shops, we are incredibly thankful. 

Events and Community 

In order to bridge the gap between Auckland District Health Board funding and the cost of operations at Hospice, Mercy has a busy and diverse events calendar with something for everybody.

Events

Giving Programmes

Your personal connection to Mercy Hospice can mean everything to you, your loved ones, and our community. That’s why whether you are a relative or friend of a loved one who has experienced the benefits of palliative care with us, or this special connection is your experience right now, a regular monthly gift or gift in your Will can ensure central Aucklanders continue to access our services for generations to come.

Giving Programmes

Corporate Supporters 

Work with us to have an impact on patients’ lives. A Corporate Partnership with Mercy Hospice will ensure that your company touches the lives of many who we care for. 

Corporate

Friends of Mercy

Friends of Mercy is an independent charitable trust supporting Mercy Hospice. It was founded by a group of passionate, like-minded volunteers who have each been personally touched by the hospice.

Friends of Mercy

Our Retail Shops 

Mercy Hospice has eight shops whose sales turn second-hand goods into first class care.  Stores are in Blockhouse Bay, Ellerslie, Mt Eden, Mt Roskill, Point Chevalier, Ponsonby, Remuera and Royal Oak. 

Retail Shops

Volunteer 

Our volunteers donated over 61,000 hours last year, we cannot do the work we do without them. Volunteers are vital to the success of our organisation; without them we would not be able to reach and support as many people in the community as we do. 

Volunteer