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James Nokise takes the Hell Hearse on a road trip to showcase some of the people & places that make NZ so special!
During September 2020, we raised over $68,000 for The Neonatal Trust, at a time where they needed it most.
Evie Randall is the 146th graduate of the Active in HELL programme, which she says gave her confidence & independence.
This September the Master is hoping to raise $66,666 for the Neonatal Trust, with a little help from you.
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To ensure your visit to the firey pits of HELL is as safe as possible, here is some information on contactless pick-ups.
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Not only are all 76 HELL stores locally owned, so are most of our suppliers.
The fires of HELL will be burning during Alert Level 2 & 3 but ALL stores will adhere to Level 3 restrictions.
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HELL will close all 76 stores for the duration of the COVID- 19 lockdown, to help eliminate the spread of the virus.
Permanent employment at HELL pizza has unlocked a new world of opportunity for two young adults.
In 2019, over 900 organisations participated in the HELL reading challenge, resulting in over 2 million books read.
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Once a month the HELL Grey Lynn team deliver 20 double pizzas to the residents of James Liston Hostel
Jordan Ritson, 26, is the proud owner of HELL Levin, one of three HELL on Wheels stores in New Zealand.
HELL-o-ween comes but once a year and the Master loves any excuse to dress up and celebrate Halloween at HELL.
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In just two short years, nearly $100,000 has been raised through this initiative for the Tourette’s Association
Satan’s Little Helper began in 2013 and aims to give to Kiwi youth going through (or have been through) hell a boost
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HELL has taken more than 3000 customers by complete surprise with our meat-free Burger Pizza.
We are 100% NZ owned and operated – local business owners around the country are our lifeblood.
Our HELL is a place of diversity, equality and opportunity.
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We have max respect for Mother Nature, and we continue to explore cleaner, greener ways to go about our business.
HELL backs a number of underdog causes and campaigns – it’s all part of being good, socially responsible Kiwis.
We’re encouraging Kiwi kids to read more than six million books each year through our HELL Reading Challenge
As a young-at-heart and fun-loving, Kiwi-owned business, HELL loves to see young New Zealanders doing well