Phone: (03) 5722 5297
There are many ways you can support to Northeast Health and your contribution can help make a big difference.
Your support comes in many forms; through donations, fundraising and volunteering. The generosity of many individuals, businesses and community groups ensures that Northeast Health Wangaratta can provide quality health care to our community for years to come.
You may choose to remember your loved one with a contribution to Northeast Health Wangaratta. A memorial gift or making a donation instead of sending flowers is a permanent reminder of a much-loved family member or friend.
Families can also choose to set up a ‘crowdraiser’ to personalise the giving and reach more of the people who may want to remember through a contribution.
The bereaved family are notified of your gift according to your wishes, and you will receive a receipt for your contribution.
If you would prefer to have Donation envelopes, these are available by contacting the Giving Team on (03) 5722 5297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wills and Bequests
Leave a legacy that will make a difference.
We understand that making a Will is a very personal matter and one that requires careful thought and consideration. Once you have adequately cared for your family and loved ones you may wish to consider leaving a gift in your Will to Northeast Health Wangaratta. In doing so, you are leaving a lasting legacy that ensures future generations receive the very best in health care.
To make a contribution to Northeast Health Wangaratta, please read through A gift in your Will brochure and if you wish to proceed include the Will and Bequest form in your Will. When revising or making a Will, we recommend seeking independent professional advice to guide you through the process or visit Victoria Legal Aid, a government site that can provide you with information about making a Will.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange a confidential meeting to discuss your options, please contact the Giving Team on (03) 5722 5297.
Northeast Health Wangaratta holds a number of fundraising events and activities throughout the year to raise money for our projects and to purchase medical equipment. Keep up to date with all NHW fundraising via our Facebook page.
Friends of the Hospital
The commitment of the Friends of the Hospital Auxiliary (FOTH) is truly inspiring, and their work greatly benefits the hospital. We’re incredibly grateful for their generosity and their ongoing support of our local health service and community.
What do the Friends of the Hospital do?
Over many years, the Friends of the Hospital have contributed to the wellbeing of patients, residents and staff of Northeast Health by:
- Raising money for vital medical equipment
- Supporting fundraising activities
The Friends of the Hospital manages a range of fundraising activities such as:
- Cake stalls, including the Christmas plum pudding and hampers
- Easter hot cross bun drive
- Event catering
Community Groups support NHW through their own events and activities, which we are very grateful for. Through this generosity, we are able to continue to improve services and equipment.
If you wish to know how your group or organisation can support NHW contact the Giving Team on (03) 5722 5297 or email email@example.com.
Community Donation Tins
An easy way for businesses and community groups to be involved in supporting Northeast Health is our Community Donation Tins.
They are managed by the Friends of the Hospital and all money raised goes towards the many FOTH initiatives to support the purchase of vital medical equipment.
If you would like more information or a tin delivered to you, please contact the Giving Team on (03) 5722 5297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Volunteer
Phone: (03) 5722 5297
Our team of volunteers provide invaluable support and assistance to families, patients, residents and staff at Northeast Health Wangaratta. Volunteers give their time freely to support our organisation and their local community. People of all ages and from diverse walks of life become volunteers.
Volunteering can provide a sense of purpose and meaning, keep you connected and engaged with your local community and provide the opportunity to learn new skills.