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Community partnerships

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Well Foundation is proud to partner with many local organisations who share our commitment to improving the health and wellbeing in our region. From large scale fundraising events to smaller scale bake sales, mufti days and raffles, we love them all and are able to support your initiative in a number of ways.

Our community partnerships consist of strong relationships with Rotary clubs, schools and pre-schools, Young Enterprise, knitting groups, women’s and hobby groups, to name just a few, and their support comes in many forms. Here are just some examples:

  • A regular donation or one off donations to a project that resonates strongly with what your organisation cares about
  • Fundraising events from sausage sizzles and bake sales to sponsored challenges, gala dinners and movie nights
  • Donation of products and gifts in kind for fundraising auctions and raffles
  • Donated goods and time to make physical projects in and around our hospitals possible
  • Spreading the word about what Well Foundation does through your organisation’s networks

It takes a community to support a community and we think of our partners as part of the Well Foundation family and are happy to support your initiatives, please get in touch to chat through your ideas.

We were very fortunate to have the opportunity to work regularly with Rotary clubs in the community and they have provided significant support over the years. Since 2015 they have raised over $400,000 and contributed to over 20 projects for North Shore and Waitākere Hospitals, as well as community healthcare services throughout the region. We work with the following clubs:

a community partnership with Waitākere Hospital Auxiliary

Waitakere Hospital Auxiliary

Between them, the ladies that make up the Waitākere Auxiliary have been with the volunteer organisation for a combined 35 years. They make blankets, hats and scarves, jumpers and many other items for patients on the wards in the hospital. They also supply all the stock for the little shop in the reception of Waitākere Hospital. Proceeds from the shop go towards supporting hospital and community projects.

If the public wants to support the group, their shop is open at the main entry of Waitakere Hospital everyday.

We love to help and put a smile on people’s faces – a smile doesn’t cost a thing. So it’s worth it to us.

Pam, Waitakere Hospital Auxiliary

North Shore Hospital Auxiliary

The North Shore Hospital Auxiliary have been a stalwart in the North Shore community since 1973. They provide comfort for patients at North Shore Hospital with a variety of knitted goods to keep them warm and comfortable during their stay. You’ll find Linda and her team of volunteers on Mondays and Wednesdays bustling away behind sewing machines, sorting donations and making up care packages – but that’s not all they do! Behind the scenes many hours are spent knitting, among other things, blankets, baby booties, beanies, toys and cot mattress covers. NSH Auxiliary always welcome donations from the community, so if you have anything you can contribute please get in touch:

We love to help support patients and the hospital but we also get so much out of it ourselves. It’s a lovely time spent together, it’s social, we support each other and we also learn and share new skills. It’s pure joy.”

Linda, North Shore Hospital Auxiliary
a community partnership with North Shore Hospital Auxiliary
A stock image reflecting community partnerships

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However you would like to get involved, we can work with you to create a rewarding, memorable fundraising event.

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