4 October 2018 | Eden Park
The Selwyn Institute shares practical knowledge and advice with those who have an interest in helping others age well, in order to achieve better outcomes in the long-term for older people and their families.
with Professor Holly Nelson-Becker
16 August 2019 | Selwyn Heights, Hillsborough
The University of Auckland, The Selwyn Foundation and Mercy Hospice are proud to host academic, author and visiting Seelye Fellow Professor Holly Nelson-Becker in Aotearoa New Zealand. Professor Nelson-Becker is a recognised expert in social gerontology and a Hartford Faculty Scholar in Geriatric Social Work who has investigated the pathways to resilience and wellbeing in older adults. She has explored spirituality, end-of-life, and diverse cultural expressions related to social care. Her research areas focus on virtues, ageing, spiritual and religious coping in older adults, and inter-professional practice in palliative care.
On Sunday 22nd of July The Friends committee of the Hope Foundation held a screening of Mamma Mia! 2 Here We Go Again.
On the 12th August 2018, The Friends committee of the Hope Foundation held a special quality event where Mikhail Tablis, piano and Dr John Thomson, violin entertained us at the JR Fletcher Centre, Kings School, Remuera. We are grateful to the Headmaster, Mr Tony Sission, for granting The HOPE Foundation the use of the auditorium, for this event.
What could be better on a summer evening, than enjoying a drink and delicious finger foods while the sun sets over Mt Eden, in a beautiful garden, all for a good cause?
What do you do when you reach 90 years of age - Celebrate, of course and in style!
That is exactly what Joan-Mary Longcroft did on achieving her 90th. She is not only a present member of the Friends Committee of The HOPE Foundation but also set up the first committee, back in 2005.