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Harcourts helps Harbour Hospice buy armchairs for patient comfort

March 02, 2020 Share this:

Two reclining armchairs that provide maximum comfort for North Shore patients with a life-limiting illness have been donated to Harbour Hospice as part of an innovative programme funded by the Harcourts Foundation.

The Hospice NZ Grants Programme was established with support from the Harcourts Foundation in 2017. Since then more than $195,000 has been donated to Hospices for key projects that directly benefit patients and families.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, Harcourts Foundation, Hospice

Harcourts Hawke’s Bay helps raise over $240,000 for Cranford Hospice

November 21, 2019 Share this:

“Our work touches the lives of families who live across Hawke’s Bay, with the youngest person we’re caring for only one year old and the oldest 101 years old,” said Cranford Hospice CEO, Janice Byford-Jones.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, Auction, Harcourts Foundation, Charity, Community, cranford hospice

Helping grow the next generation

November 04, 2019 Share this:

“I was over the moon when I found out,” said Pauline Stratful, supervisor at Redhills Community Kindergarten in Massey, Auckland. “This isn’t just helping us grow some veges. It’s helping us grow our children’s confidence and abilities.”

Redhills is a small, non-profit kindergarten that has been operating for over 45 years. Earlier this year, Harcourts’ Henderson office, Blue Fern Realty, donated $9,000 to the kindergarten through Harcourts’ charitable arm, The Harcourts Foundation.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, Harcourts Foundation, Community

Harcourts Dancing for Hospice reaches new heights raising $150,000 for Rotorua Community Hospice

August 21, 2019 Share this:

What do you get when you take 20 local personalities that have virtually no dance experience, put them through a rigorous 15-week training programme and put them in front of full house of over 2,000 people?

You get the highlight of the Rotorua social calendar, Harcourts Dancing for Hospice, formerly Harcourts Dancing with the Stars. The charity event has been going strong for four years thanks to the ongoing support of Harcourts Rotorua and last year over $140,000 was raised for Rotorua Hospice.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, New Zealand

The Harcourts Foundation reaches $6 million milestone

August 21, 2019 Share this:

The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts, has reached the milestone of $6 million raised since its launch in 2008. That translates to 732 charities supported, 356 communities impacted, and over 970 grants made through Harcourts offices in New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the USA.  Key community issues such as homelessness, domestic violence, hospice care, education, healthcare and early childhood education, amongst many others, are being tackled head-on with support of Harcourts team members’ generosity.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, New Zealand

Mobile youth support

September 27, 2016 Share this:

Coast Youth Community Trust believes in keeping its support for local young people mobile.


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School cycle track a bonus for community

September 27, 2016 Share this:

The pupils at Henderson Valley Primary School are on target with their fundraising to have a new cycle track installed around their school field by the start of next year as part of the Bikes in Schools programme.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation, New Zealand, Harcourts Foundation

Making hoop dreams a reality

August 31, 2016 Share this:

Basketball has become very popular in Pukekohe, with the recent success of the Breakers and the phenomenal efforts of Steven Adams in the Oklahoma City Thunder.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation

Supporting Camp Twitch and Tourette's

August 23, 2016 Share this:

 Most people’s knowledge of Tourette’s Syndrome is that it involves loud and involuntary swearing.

However, that is not the case for many Tourette’s sufferers.

In fact, it is estimated that one in a hundred people are born with the disorder, but many go undiagnosed because of the variety of way it manifests.


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Topics: The Harcourts Foundation