Hospice is not just a building, it's a philosophy of care. Our goal is to help people make the most of their lives.


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Each of us faces death as uniquely as we live our life. Our experience tell us that most people hope that when death comes to us or someone close to us, it will be peaceful and free of pain.

We provide specialist palliative care for people with cancer and non-cancer life-limiting illnesses, at all stages of their illness. We believe that everyone deserves to have the best quality of life possible. The care we provide for our patients is holistic, caring for not just your physical needs but also your emotional, spiritual, and social needs too. We care for family/whanau and friends as well, both before and after death. All our services are free of charge. The sooner we’re involved the more we can help.

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I’ve recently been referred.

If you've been referred to Hospice by your health professional, we'd love to answer all your questions and set your mind at ease.

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I’m a carer or family/whanau

We're here to provide practical and emotional support for family members, whanau and caregivers too.

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How can I help?

There are many ways you can support Hospice, both practically and financially. It's a great way to give back to our community.

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Retail

New Trade Me listings…

Posted on August 22, 2019 by VB

We’ve just started a handful of auctions for some lovely bits and pieces that have come through the Tawa Street …

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Retail, Sponsors & Supporters

Thank you WDC!

Posted on August 8, 2019 by VB

We are so grateful to the Whanganui District Council for their support in taking away rubbish left outside our shop …

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Vacancies for Volunteers

Vehicle Valet Vacancy!

Posted on June 10, 2019 by VB

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! We have now filled this position! We have a short-term vacancy for one of our …

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Careers

Registered Medical Officer
Vacancy posted on May 1, 2019