Arohanui Hospice - Providing specialist palliative care

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Dear Arohanui Hospice Family

Thank you so much to all of our patients, families, staff and volunteers for your support and patience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The way we deliver some of our services changed under the Alert Levels. We are pleased to say that under Level 1, we are pretty much "business as usual".

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Read Mel and Jason’s story and find out how you can make a difference to patients and their families and whanau.

“The support given to us by all the nurses and doctors was invaluable, we always returned home feeling supported, ready to tackle the next stage of the journey.”

Mel Boyden

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Specialist palliative care for quality of life

Caring for people with any life-limiting condition, and providing support for their families/whanau.

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WHO WE ARE

Hospice is not a building;
it is a philosophy of care

WHAT WE DO

Specialist palliative care in Manawatu, Rangitikei, Tararua, Horowhenua and Otaki

YOUR SUPPORT

We rely on donations and volunteer support to ensure our services remain free of charge

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Volunteer: do good, feel good!

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News & Events

May 10, 2021
Celebrating 30 years

Arohanui Hospice Celebrates 30th Birthday

2021 marks a huge milestone for Arohanui Hospice – the In Patient Unit opened 30 years ago this month. While celebrations kick off in May, there will be events and celebrations throughout the year starting with an afternoon tea to […]
April 20, 2021
Clare Randall

Meet Our Arohanui Team: Clare Randall

Focussed on nurturing a community of care, Arohanui Hospice’s Chief Executive, Clare Randall, shares what Arohanui means to her. The moment I was introduced to hospice – more than thirty years ago – I felt a strong connection. This bond […]
March 30, 2021
Caroline Blacklock

Meet Our Arohanui Team: Caroline Blacklock

When it comes to supporting our community, Caroline Blacklock is all about making a conscious impact in her role as manager of Arohanui Hospice Shop – Levin. Here, Caroline shares how you can help others by volunteering, donating and shopping. […]