What we fund with your support

When you support us, you play a pivotal role in helping healthcare workers innovate in four key areas.

Together we can shorten the time it takes lifesaving discoveries to go from bench to bedside.
With your help, we can create spaces that promote better health and healing for patients and whānau.
Your support can help provide all of us with access to the world’s best medical treatments.
You can ensure access to training that strengthens our workforce, for the benefit of all our health.

Our current areas of focus

We focus on projects that sit outside the scope of government funding; projects that create better healing spaces,
transform patient care or bring research from the bench to the bedside.

Rise scholarship programme
You can support someone’s dream to become a nurse or midwife, for the benefit of all our health.
Hospital whānau rooms
Together we can give families room to breathe when they’re supporting loved ones in hospital.
Innovation in cancer care
From screening trials to enhancing treatment facilities, together we can improve patients’ experiences.
Innovation in stroke care
As the incidence of stroke increases, you can help ensure patients have the best chance of recovering.
Hospital departments & services
You can give to the hospital service that cared for you, helping future patients receive even better care.

Our successes, thanks to our supporters

Along with our healthcare workers and patients, we are so grateful to our supporters, who’ve helped bring innovation
to our hospitals and helped to transform patient care. Here we share a few of those successes, achieved together.

New Stroke Centre of Excellence

Every year around 9,000 people in NZ have a stroke. It is our third largest killer, claiming 2,500 lives annually.

The future looks bright with Eyesi

The Lindsay Foundation has gifted nearly $400,000 to fund a virtual reality simulator for eye surgery training.

Innovative CPR training is here

The Lindsay Foundation is helping our clinicians save more lives in critical emergencies.

Snapshot of our first year

Our supporters are helping to transform patient and whānau care in our hospitals.

Working to beat bowel cancer

Legacy will enable research aimed at improving health outcomes for bowel cancer patients.