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18th April, 2019

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th November 2019.

Purchase ticket vouchers for Mothers Day (Sunday 12 May)!

$75 each and available by emailing enquiries@arohanuihospice.org.nz

Enjoy a fantastic day in the Manawatu and discover a selection of the region’s most stylish homes with undeniable heart and soul. This exclusive self-drive event will take you on a tour of town and lifestyle properties at their very best. Wander through secret gardens, take in the charming architecture and browse a selection of quality stalls for gifts with the option of a gourmet lunch.

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25th January, 2019

A record-breaking $776,607 has been donated to hospice services throughout New Zealand following the Christmas fundraising campaign supported by all Farmers Departments stores.  This is the fifth year that Farmers has supported Hospice, donating nearly $3.5 million to help keep services free of charge.

The donation of $32,214 for Arohanui Hospice will contribute to the charitable organisation’s essential fundraising to ensure that anyone living in Manawatu, Rangitikei, Tararua, Horowhenua or Otaki who needs specialist palliative care has access to that care, free-of-charge and that meets their needs, irrespective of their condition or care setting.

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8th January, 2019

Daphne Sowerby was a valued friend, dedicated supporter and wonderful ambassador for Arohanui Hospice for nearly 28 years.

Aged 88, Daphne died peacefully at Nelson Residential Home in Feilding on 22 December 2018.

Thank you Daphne for your generosity and support of Arohanui Hospice. You were a remarkable woman, with tireless enthusiasm and exceptional generosity. Rest well.

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Daphne Sowerby was a valued friend, dedicated supporter and wonderful ambassador for Arohanui Hospice for nearly 28 years.

Aged 88, Daphne died peacefully at Nelson Residential Home in Feilding on 22 December 2018.

6th November, 2018

The 2018 collectable hospice bauble is now on sale at Farmers stores and online for just $10.  100% of the purchase price from the baubles is donated to support your community hospice.  Don’t miss out!

2nd November, 2018

Arohanui Hospice has teamed up with a former palliative care nurse turned jewellery designer to help raise essential funds to provide free end-of-life care to people and support for their families/whanau.

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1st October, 2018

These are much-needed items that we use regularly. By donating Wish List items, you help us reduce our costs and contribute to the care we provide our patients and support for their families.

For a copy of our Wish List, please CLICK HERE.

3rd September, 2018

To download a PDF of our seasonal newsletter, please CLICK HERE.

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25th June, 2018

Travel agents could have organised things better than to be in Palmerston North in mid winter, on the shortest day of the year, wearing shorts.

But the team at House of Travel bared their legs for a bit of fun, and to raise money for Arohanui Hospice.

Shorts Day for Hospice participants Alan Yesberg and Kate Harris said they had been encouraging clients to join them during the week in adding to their money bank for the hospice. READ MORE

4th June, 2018

CLICK HERE for all the latest news and stories on Arohanui Hospice

1st June, 2018

These are the items you can donate to Arohanui Hospice to help us out. Thank you. CLICK HERE FOR THE WISHLIST

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