By being part of a giving, supportive and involved community, PHH is able to benefit from a range of relationships.
Be it through sharing information and resources with other organisations, by working together with a community group to raise funds, by being the recipient of other community fundraising such as Lions and Rotary, by partnering with business, by having wonderful volunteers, being part of this community is integral to the ongoing viability and growth of the organisation.
PHH relies on its members for guidance, support and advocacy within the community. Our member base is the foundation on which the organisation has been built and from where it continues to grow.
PHH has over 80 invested and passionate members who are an integral part of the service, the backbone, the voice, the guiding hand. PHH members are often a part of our fundraising network.
By becoming a Member of PHH, you would have the right to nominate yourself or another member for election to the Board and have the right to vote on matters of business at the General Meetings.
“Just as dying is part of the life of an individual, and part of the life and history of a family, caring for those among us who are dying is part of the ongoing life of the community”
Dr Ira Byock
Palliative Care Physician
PHH is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors who give their time and expertise to steer the organisation into the future.
The role of the Board is to approve PHH's strategic direction and to monitor progress made to achieve these goals. PHH is most grateful to have had Dame Elisabeth Murdoch AC DBE as Patron until her death in 2012.
Volunteering is an integral part of the service delivery and fundraising model of PHH.
"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart" - Elizabeth Andrew
We are proud to have more than 70 client care volunteers who generously give their time to support those living with life-threatening conditions and over 100 fundraising and administration volunteers.
The programs and support services PHH provides would not be possible without the generosity and energy of volunteers.
PHH offers 3 volunteer opportunities:
- You can choose to work directly with clients and families by becoming a trained Client Care Volunteer
- Work within our fundraising network
- Provide administration support. Administration volunteers support existing administration positions
Our Fundraising Volunteer Network
PHH enjoys the support of a dedicated group of volunteer fundraisers who work within the community raising money and awareness through a variety of events.
Our network includes:
One of the first fundraising groups established to support PHH, Mornington Auxiliary continues to grow from strength to strength with 4-6 annual events including light luncheon at Mornington Yacht Club, Annual Lunch, Film Night, Beleura and the PHH Annual Golf Day.
Phone: 03 5975 3271
Nepean Friends of Hospice
Established in the 1980s, Nepean Friends of Hospice (NFH) is a vibrant and passionate group of volunteers who organise 4-6 events each year based primarily on the southern tip of the Peninsula. Events include Sunset by the Sea at Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron, Film and Fish night in Sorrento, light luncheons and Annual Christmas event.
Phone: 0407 350 967
Red Hill ‘The Caring Caterers’
With over 30 years of experience, Red Hill Auxiliary ‘The Caring Caterers’ is a voluntary fundraising group who are dedicated to raising much needed funds to support Peninsula Home Hospice (PHH). Fully registered with Mornington Peninsula Shire, Red Hill Auxiliary members volunteer their time,
energy and resources to provide a professional catering service for light lunches, morning and afternoon teas, festivals, open gardens, funerals, birthday parties, cocktail parties and special events.
A group of mah-jong devotees who meet regularly for social games with a $5 game fee being donated to PHH.
Every Thursday at the Red Hill Tennis Club, Red Hill Recreation Reserve, 184 Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill. Arrive 12.15pm if you'd like to share lunch or 12.45pm if you just wish to play. Finishes approx. 3.30-4pm.
Cost is $5 with afternoon tea.
This event raises approx. $4,000 per year. New players are most welcome and Meg is happy to teach them how to play.
Phone: 03 5983 2090
Women of Action
Each fundraising group (or auxiliary) is run by a President and Committee with monthly meetings (new members always welcome).
Our Corporate Partners
From events and employee fundraising to sponsorship, workplace giving and joint promotions, staff volunteering as well as gifts-in-kind and of time, PHH would love to work with a wide range of companies to achieve their corporate social responsibility and marketing objectives.
We understand that every business is different, and that’s why we will work with you to develop partnerships tailored to your company’s needs and objectives.
Red Hill Op Shop
After many years at 207 Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill, the Red Hill Opportunity Shop (RHOS) made the move in mid 2015 to its permanent new home at 33 Mechanics Road, Red Hill.
With the generous help of a local couple, Grant and Kathy Booker, the Uniting Church site on Mechanics Road was purchased and refurbishments quickly commenced with more works still to come. The RHOS has a wide variety of goods for sale on a weekly basis and the pricing policies ensure that the turnover is quick! The RHOS is very grateful to its generous donors and loyal customers who continue to support the Shop.
The RHOS was originally opened to raise much needed funds to get PHH underway and we are indebted to the many volunteers who have worked so tirelessly over the years to continue this fantastic support. Many of the volunteers have been supporting the Op Shop since it first began and new volunteers are always needed. If you can donate half a day once a month, the Op Shop would love to hear from you.
Keep up to date via the Red Hill Op Shop Facebook page
The RHOS is open every Wednesday and Friday from 10am until 4pm and Saturdays from 9am until 1pm at 33 Mechanics Road, Red Hill.