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.
Savvy second-hand shoppers will be given a new opportunity to grab a bargain from next week as Arohanui Hospice is set to open a pop-up shop in Takaro, Palmerston North.
Based at 123A Botanical Road, next to Adams Pharmacy, the official opening will take place on Monday 9th March at 10am with the majority of goods being sold at just two dollars. Read the full news release here.
Applications are open for the latest ‘Kids of Manawatu’ commemorative photo book which has raised thousands of dollars for end-of-life patient care.
Picture Perfect Photography has teamed up with Arohanui Hospice to celebrate the children in our local community. Read the full news release here.
Staff, volunteers and supporters of Arohanui Hospice are gearing up for its annual awareness week from 23rd to 28th February.
The week, which will include an open day at the inpatient unit, is a time to raise crucial funds to ensure Arohanui Hospice’s services remain free of charge to all who need them. Read the full news release here.
Pilates in the Park will begin on Monday 26 January 2015 at the Hokowhitu Lagoon for four weeks to raise money for the Arohanui Hospice.
Read the full news article here.
Woodville’s Clive Boyden has been awarded a Queen’s Service Medal for services to the community.
The Woodville Lions member has organised events which have raised $460,000 for Arohanui Hospice and the Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter. Read the full news article here.