The Lindsay Foundation

The Lindsay Foundation has partnered twice with the Auckland Hospital Foundation. In 2019, they funded a Resuscitation Quality Improvement machine (read more).  In 2020, they funded Eyesi® Surgical (read more).

Todd Foundation

The Todd Foundation has provided a grant in response to COVID-19 to help staff receive extra care packages, transport support, accommodation relief and food. They are supporting vulnerable staff, low paid workers, Māori and Pacific and those with access needs (read more).

The Kelliher Charitable Trust

The Kelliher Charitable Trust has funded a high-tech Sertain chair for patients in our ICU and HDU, improving comfort for patients like lung transplant recipient Paul. They have also donated $15,000 to our Rise scholarship programme for aspiring nurses and midwives.

Auckland Rotary

Auckland Rotary gifted $6,000 towards our Rise scholarship programme, supporting those aspiring to be nurses or midwives who would not otherwise be able to pursue their dreams.

Pharmaco

Pharmaco has gifted $10,000 ‘gift in kind’ to translate a colonoscopy booklet to help more people understand this important information.

Medtronic

Medtronic has gifted $5,000 to Auckland City Hospital’s Centre of Excellence for Stroke, which integrates acute care and rehabilitation services for stroke patients. Read more about our work to support innovation in stroke care.

The Warehouse

The Warehouse has donated ‘gift in kind’ to support the COVID-19 vaccination roll-out across Auckland, delivering additional manaakitanga support to our Māori and Pacific communities (read more). The Warehouse also gifted $50,000 in vouchers to our health workers during the first COVID-19 lockdown.

Countdown

Countdown has donated ‘gift in kind’ to support the COVID-19 vaccination roll-out across Auckland, delivering additional manaakitanga support to our Māori and Pacific communities, and helping to increase vaccination rates among those more vulnerable (read more).

Z Energy

Z Energy has donated ‘gift in kind’ to support the COVID-19 vaccination roll-out across Auckland, delivering additional manaakitanga support to our Māori and Pacific communities, and helping to increase vaccination rates among those more vulnerable (read more).

Vodafone

Vodafone has donated ‘gift in kind’ to support the COVID-19 vaccination roll-out across Auckland, delivering additional manaakitanga support to our Māori and Pacific communities, and helping to increase vaccination rates among those more vulnerable (read more).

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