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High Tea Fundraiser for New Wellington Children's Hospital

When:

Sun 5 May 2019, 2:30pm–4:00pm

Where: Vogelmorn Hall, 11 Vennell Street, Brooklyn, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Per Person: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

Listed by: Lulunz06

Hosted by Altrusa International of Wellington.

Just in time for Mother's day, bring your mum, friends and family along for a high tea for a good cause.

Tickets are $20, and can be purchased by emailing president.wellington@altrusa.org.nz or messaging our Facebook page with how many you would like to purchase. Payment can be made to Altrusa International of Wellington 03-0502-0011375-002.

Raffles will be available on the day so bring some cash along too.

We will have some gluten and dairy free options available, please message us in advance if you have any dietary requirements.

About Altrusa:
We are a group of volunteers from a range of backgrounds brought together by our desire to make a positive difference to our community through hands-on service and fundraising projects.

About the Wellington Children's Hospital:
Wellington Regional Children’s Hospital provides dedicated out–patient and hospital care for children. It covers a population of 900,000 from Taranaki across to the Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa, Manawatu, Wellington and Marlborough.

The Children’s Hospital provides a day ward, two inpatient wards, a clinic for outpatient treatment, and an acute assessment unit to deal with referrals from the emergency department. As well as medical staff the hospital employs play specialists to encourage children to play and help make them feel better. They assist the children to understand their treatment and let them dress up and act it out.

In July 2017 the Prime Minister announced that Mr Mark Dunajtschik would build a new children’s hospital for about $50m and donate it to the Hospital. The fit-out and state of the art medical equipment will be funded by the Wellington Hospitals Foundation with community support – the aim is to raise $6 million for this.

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