News and events
Read about our latest Mary Potter Hospice happenings and upcoming events in Wellington, Porirua and Kāpiti here.
If you’re planning on holding an event for us, please let us know so we can help promote your event too. Please contact Senior Fundraiser – Phillip Harris, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all media enquiries, please contact Director – Fundraising, Marketing and Communications, Philippa Sellens email email@example.com
Summer/Raumati newsletterDecember 2nd, 2022
Read our latest Summer/Raumati newsletter here
Our Christmas wish listDecember 1st, 2022
Can you please help us this Christmas? There are some important items that we need and we’d be so grateful for your help.
Festivities at FarmersNovember 17th, 2022
Once again Farmers stores across New Zealand will be raising funds for their local Hospice service in the lead up to Christmas.
Congratulations to Mary Potter Hospice’s Annual Award WinnersOctober 28th, 2022
The Annual Awards were presented at our recent Annual Celebration to various Mary Potter Hospice volunteers, staff and supporters.
Te Whare Rānui Community DayOctober 27th, 2022
Together let’s celebrate the opening of your new Porirua community hospice – Te Whare Rānui, the home of light and warmth.
Wrapped for goodOctober 27th, 2022
From Thursday 8 to Saturday 24 December, our volunteer gift wrapping extraordinaires will wrap your gifts in support of Mary Potter Hospice.
Hospice Christmas RaffleOctober 20th, 2022
With great prizes from awesome local businesses, this is a raffle you’ll want to enter. All for a good cause!
Hospice Strawberry Festival 2022October 10th, 2022
Our Hospice Strawberry Festival events are back and sweeter than ever. See you there strawberry lovers, let’s make this summer ‘strawesome’!
“…I can hear them sing.”October 6th, 2022
There’s the sound of children’s laughter and singing coming from the living room. Suia gets emotional when she stresses how important that is to her.
Where there’s a Will there’s a waySeptember 7th, 2022
“It’s crucial to have a valid Will, because it makes sorting out your affairs when you die so much easier and less expensive.”
An extraordinary life of labourJuly 21st, 2022
Piripi (Phil) has spent his working life building New Zealand’s vital infrastructure.
Trudie’s go-to happy placeJuly 20th, 2022
It doesn’t matter what size of animal it is, Trudie loves them all.