Wellington Hospital Foundation

Grace Gives Recipient 2017: Wellington Hospitals Foundation

Wellington Hospitals Foundation is the official charity of Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital (WRCH). The foundation received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017 for  a respiratory machine for the Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital. The Foundations objectives include raising funds for special WRCH projects, medical equipment, research projects and comfort items for patients & … Continued
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Champion Centre

Grace Gives Recipient 2017: The Champion Centre

The Christchurch Early Intervention Trust (The Champion Centre) received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017 to continue to develop world-renowned programmes and services to assist children with various special needs. The centre has already helped more than 1,700 children and their families with specially developed learning programs that cater for premature birth complications, … Continued
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Grace Gives Recipient 2017: Camp Quality Wellington/ Central

Camp Quality Wellington/ Central received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017 to bring fun, hope and happiness to children aged 5-16 years from the lower North Island living with cancer. The charity organise annual Summer and Winter camps, family days and social outings to combine fun and friendship with achievable challenges … Continued
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Grace Gives Recipient 2017: Anxiety New Zealand Trust

Anxiety New Zealand Trust received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017 to provide treatment, support and education for children suffering from anxiety and depression. The Grace Gives grant they were awarded was used to grow a resiliency program for children and to train seven facilitators. These facilitators will help children manage … Continued
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Heart Kids NZ

Grace Gives Recipient 2017: Heart Kids NZ

Heart Kids New Zealand received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017 to purchase petrol and food vouchers for families staying in hospital. Heart kids can stay in hospital for some time, usually between 3–6 weeks. This places enormous pressure on the family, not only emotionally, but also financially. “What an amazing … Continued
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North Beach SLC

Grace Gives Recipient 2017: North Beach SLC

North Beach Surf Lifesaving Club in Christchurch received one of six Grace Gives New Zealand grants in 2017. With this grant, the club was able to purchase new working CPR training manikins to help teach juniors and lifeguards CPR. North Beach SLC has provided voluntary patrols at North Beach, Christchurch, over the summer months since 1916. … Continued
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Grace Gives NZ Grant recipients

Our Past Grace Gives Grant Recipients

In Australia and New Zealand, Grace Gives Grants has and will continue to award grants to deserving community groups to help them assist their local community. In recent years, Grace supported the following charities and community groups with a Grace Gives grant: Charities Girlguides New Zealand Big Brothers and Sisters New Zealand SmileDial New Zealand … Continued
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The Latest Property Predictions in New Zealand

Property continues to be a hot topic in New Zealand as housing becomes an issue of supply and demand. The country has a serious housing shortage and social deprivation, and property prices are beyond the means of many young potential home owners. New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern’s, recent budget promised $234 million in funding … Continued
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Housing Market Update: Auckland

Auckland housing prices have finally slipped, creating more opportunities for house hunters. March recorded a slow market with houses taking longer to sell, increasing from 33 days to 36 days. The slowing down of housing market growth can be attributed to policymaker’s attempts at cooling the market. Although activity is slowing, housing prices remain high … Continued
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Christchurch Cathedral

Market Update: Christchurch

New data shows that regional parts of New Zealand are experiencing the fastest house price growth in the country. So what effect has that growth had on Christchurch? In the last year, Christchurch property prices fell 0.8 per cent making it the only city in New Zealand to experience a fall in prices. The national … Continued
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