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Arohanui Hospice

Arohanui Hospice provides specialist palliative care for people in the Manawatu, Tararua, Horowhenua and Rangitikei regions with a life-limiting illness, and support for their families/whānau. At any one time, there are approximately 250 patients receiving specialist palliative care services in this area, and more than 800 patients and their family/whānau a year.

Our services are mostly used by people living with advanced cancer, but we can help anyone in the advanced stages of other illnesses, such as respiratory or heart disease, motor neurone disease or HIV-AIDS.

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Latest News

20 June 2016

Arohanui Hospice is calling for people to brave the cold and bare their knees to raise money for its services to the region. The Palmerston North-based palliative care provider is holding Shorts for Hospice on Tuesday, the year’s shortest day. Read the full story here.

8 June 2016

Businesses, schools and individuals are being encouraged to put on a pair of shorts, brave the cold, and have some fun fundraising for Arohanui Hospice as part of ‘Shorts for Hospice’! The fundraising initiative is being held on the shortest day of the year, Tuesday 21st June. Read the full story here.

1 June 2016

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26 May 2016

Staff of Arohanui Hospice spent time at Z Terrace End and Z Pioneer Highway today raising awareness of what the hospice does and encouraging Z patrons to vote for the Hospice in the 2016 Good in the Hood campaign. The campaign runs across Z stations nationwide with Z donating $1 million to worthwhile community groups. Read the full story here.

9 May 2016

Celebration fills Arohanui Hospice for its silver anniversary- Arohanui Hospice has spent the weekend celebrating its 25th birthday, with many of its foundation staff and volunteers still providing quality care and support for its hundreds of patients and families. Chief executive Clare Randall said it was remarkable to reflect on how far Arohanui Hospice had come. It started with the dream of founder Garth Wallace for a better way of caring for the dying, and had grown into a large palliative care service that had earned national and international recognition for excellence. Randall said it was people who had made the difference. Read the full story here.