|About||Owned and operated by the Bone Marrow Cancer Trust, Ranui House provides a home away from home for out of town families across New Zealand, whose loved one|
The objectives for which the Trust has been established are as follows:
* To provide accommodation, including the purchase of property where necessary, to provide for the comfort and convenience of patients required to attend Christchurch Hospitals for treatment as well as their families and other support people or such other persons as the Board acting through its Chief Executive Officer shall decide.
* To support the South Island Bone Marrow Transplant Unit in its provision of all aspects of clinical care particularly those relating to the comfort and convenience of patients as well as their families and other support people.
* To do all such other acts and things that are incidental to and will further promote the attainment of the objectives of the Trust provided that nothing in this deed will authorize any activity that is not charitable at law in New Zealand.
Objectives of the Trust 4.1 (a) (b) & (c) amended 15th June 2006
The Bone Marrow Cancer Trust own and operate Ranui House which provides accommodation for patients (from all hospital departments) and their families who need to come to Christchurch for treatment. Located right across the road from Christchurch Hospital.
It is important to have a supportive environment for families in need, many of whom can be in a life threatening situation. By providing a home for these families at Ranui House, we help towards reducing the stress these families face. We accommodate families from throughout New Zealand.