March 1st 2020
Annual service to remember a loved one who has passed away with Rotorua HospiceLearn More
May 18 - 24, 2020
Help us to profile and celebrate the services we provide during Hospice Awareness Week 2020Learn More
• 15 weeks • 10 couples • 1 glamorous show •Learn More
Different topics and speakers on the first Thursday of each monthLearn More
Key principles, practical knowledge and skills of palliative care for caregiversLearn More
For nurses who use syringe drivers in the course of their workLearn More
Ten learning modules on the fundamentals of palliative careLearn More
Wednesday 24 February 2021
A new programme aimed at Registered Nurses & other Health ProfessionalsLearn More
Delicious recipes, local connections.
Order yours now!
Keeping you updated with our response to COVID-19.Learn More
Our organisational position on the End of Life Choice Act.Learn More
Colourful window displays give a sneak peek, why not pop in and have a look for yourself.Learn More
Taking care of your mental health is especially important.Learn More
Support over 120 people living with a life-limiting illness.Learn More
Donate things you no longer use. Less is the new more.Learn More
You can claim 33.33% of your donations back. Find out how.Learn More
2020 event cancelled. Read the full press release here.Learn More
Visit our archive to find all our newsletters in one place.Learn More
Celebrating volunteer service from 5 years right up to 30 years.Learn More
A community of supporters who make a regular automatic donation.Learn More
“We really believe if we could talk about it more, we might all worry a bit less”.Learn More
Craigs Investment Partners Rotorua Hospice Golf ClassicLearn More
Reminiscing about days gone by, helping people tell their stories.Learn More
“We need to have a national conversation about death and dying”.Learn More
Don’t ever be frightened to ring Hospice and get support. They are wonderful. It’s not necessarily the end – they can help. The thing is when you’re a patient or a friend of a patient you don’t know how to deal with it. They do. That’s why I would do anything for Hospice.
Stories of the individuals who have touched our lives.