Instead of gifts, ask your family and friends to donate to your 'Baby Shower Page' and raise funds for essential hospice care and support.
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Has the bump been spoilt with ample gifts from the grandies already or are you super prepared and have everything you need? Have your guests donate to a worthy cause for your baby shower instead.
Instead of gifts, ask your friends, family and colleagues to make a donation to your 'Baby Shower/Gender Reveal Page' instead. Make your baby shower count and raise vital funds to care for people in your community facing a terminal illness and support services for their families.
Most of us like to mark a special milestone, such as a baby shower with a gift… but even with the very best of intentions these gifts can sometimes be unwanted. Gifting a donation to Waipuna Hospice is one way to avoid unnecessary gifts for yourself and support those facing end of life and bereavement.
Do good by inviting your family and friends to gift a donation for your and support families in our community facing a terminal illness at the same time.
HOW TO DONATE YOUR BABY SHOWER/GENDER REVEAL:
1. Create your 'Baby shower Page' for Waipuna Hospice by clicking on the "Fundraise" link on the right.
2. Personalise your page with a photo and your story - why are you supporting Waipuna Hospice?
3. Click "Share" and email your unique URL to your friends and family and post it on your social media page(s) asking people to contribute.
Relax - enjoy your baby shower and feel good about helping the many people in our community that need hospice care and support. You have made a lasting difference in our community and are helping ensure a future where everyone has access to vital hospice care at no cost to them.
Waipuna Hospice provides specialist palliative care for patients living with a life-limiting illness, and support services for them and their families from Waihi Beach to Paengaroa.
Waipuna Hospice provides specialist palliative care for patients living with a life-limiting illness, and support services for them and their families. Hospice specialise in providing palliative care which means alleviating without curing.