Fuelled by passion. Enabled by you.

Sascha was inspired to pursue nursing, but it wouldn’t have been possible without a Rise scholarship.

Gotta keep moving…

Patients can start their rehab journey earlier than ever, thanks to donation of NZ’s first supine bike in an ICU.

Beyond winter blues: helping others

Winter can be a tough time for people, so it’s important we check-in with those who might need extra support.

Congratulations to Sameer Handa

Our Board Trustee has been awarded a New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Tips to strengthen your immunity

Give yourself and your family a better chance of fighting off colds and infections this winter.

Join us for Sunday brunch

Stroke patient turned avid fundraiser Paul Harvey is holding another fundraising event.

Newsletter – October 2020

Read about how our supporters have helped to improve people’s health and happiness.

Helping you cope in lockdown

COVID-19 continues to challenge us all, so it’s extra important to look after ourselves and our loved ones.

New Stroke Centre of Excellence

Every year around 9,000 people in NZ have a stroke. It is our country’s third largest killer, claiming 2,500 lives annually.

Art project to brighten hospital

We’re honoured to receive a donation of $50,000 towards art for our hospitals.

Preparing for COVID-19

A message from Auckland DHB Intensive Care Specialist Andrew McKee.

Keeping New Zealanders safe

A message from Auckland DHB Clinical Director of Adult Infectious Diseases Dr Rupert Handy.

Unite to help our health workers

We have announced our plan to support Auckland DHB staff in keeping the public safe.

Working remotely during COVID-19

Our top priority is to protect the health and wellbeing of our team and hospital staff.

The future looks bright with Eyesi

The Lindsay Foundation has gifted nearly $400,000 to fund a virtual reality simulator for eye surgery training.