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Thanks a million for a super-powered year.

Thanks a million for a super-powered year.

We've always thought that our customers are pretty super, but don't just take our word for it...

Thanks to your generosity and kindness, the last year has been absolutley super-powered and together we've helped raise over $1,000,000 for our national children's hospital, Starship, and their little superheroes.

"We are so incredibly privileged to have such generous partners in Mercury and Mercury customers.

Your ongoing support has helped create warmer and drier homes for children with respiratory illnesses and funded an ICU bed space for our Paediatric Intensive Care Unit expansion project.

From the bottom of our hearts, we can't thank you enough for helping us bring better health and brighter futures to the children of Aotearoa."

- Starship Foundation Chief Executive Aisha Daji Punga.


Today we’re shining a light on the tireless and compassionate care that Starship’s team of super-nurses provide to our nation’s tamariki.

To celebrate, we interview the amazing Leilani - one of Starship’s fantastic Community Nurses.

A teaspoon of generosity, a pint of kindness.

Over the last 20 years we've done a whole lot to support the thousands of brave little superheroes at Starship. Thanks to the $13.5 Million you’ve helped us raise, we’ve managed to achieve some incredible things...
360 VR

Brought joy to
the kids

Developed a 360 VR experience for kids to enjoy from the safety of the hospital.

Kept families

Provided over 200 fold-down beds for parents to stay with their kids.
Outpatients clinic

Made a massive

Funded a $3.8 Million refurbishment of the Outpatients clinic.

Customer Funded Projects.

The generosity of our customers has helped to fund projects over the years such as:


an amazing $3.8m transformation of this crucial service that sees over 80,000 outpatients every year.

A new portable OCT Eye Scanner

the first of its kind in New Zealand, to help young children at risk of vision loss.

Starship National Air Ambulance

a flying intensive care unit to treat critically ill and injured children from all over the country and transport them to Starship Hospital.

Two specialist emergency transport systems

fitted out with life-saving equipment to bring desperately sick babies to Starship from anywhere in the country.

New Zealand's first laser fetoscope machine

to help save the lives of unborn twins affected by Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome.

A Mobile Ear Clinic

providing free ear checks and specialist ear health services to children in the community.


the pilot phase of this project saw patient waiting times reduced from 12 to 3 months.

New facilities

for children and staff in the new Medical Specialties and Neuroservices wards (Level 6).

Sprout IV poles

providing a colourful and child friendly alternative to the traditional IV poles.

Colourful murals

to brighten the walls of the wards and make the environment more child friendly.

Four heat tables

to keep vulnerable and premature babies warm.

A waiting room outside the operating theatres

where families can wait close by whilst their child is having surgery.

More than 200 dedicated fold-down beds

provided in the rooms for a parent/caregiver to stay with their child in comfort.


assisting children to stand in physical therapy

New simulation 'Nursing Kid' mannequin

including an introduction course and equipment. 

A specialised sensory play trolley called a ‘Snoezelen’ wagon

which can be taken to the rooms of children unable to leave their beds.

The Kari Centre 

was upgraded and transformed.  

The development of world-class clinical skills training programmes

for clinical teams to train and practice their skills.

Consult liaison rooms

had its first upgrade since the hospital was built in 1992 with a new purpose-built play room, an infant feeding therapy room and whanau room.

Vital equipment for the Heart Unit

including an echocardiography system to give surgeons 4D images of the heart.

The Script app

Script for Paediatrics is an app that makes prescribing antibiotics smarter and more efficient.

Starship <br>kids stories

kids stories

See how Starship donations have helped many
kids like little Lennox. 

Read stories
Awesome <br>Outpatients


By joining forces, our Starship donators have
helped fund a magical $3.8m three year
transformation of the Outpatients Department.

find out more
Wonderful <br>experiences


Watch the many ways you've helped the kids at
Starship experience a little bit of wonderful, like
our 360° experience and more!

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