Saturday 11th July - while Spotswood United Rugby Football take on Inglewood, Hospice Taranaki will be collecting donations to support Palliative Care in Taranaki. ...
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Improve your Business Writing and Support Hospice Taranaki with Christine Smith
Practical workshop for people who need to write effective emails, reports, proposals or other business documents. You'll learn simple ways to create clear, concise business writing that gets results. Partnership between Hospice Taranaki and business writer and trainer Christine Smith. Based in Wellington, Christine was born and raised in Taranaki and regularly works with loca ...
All HospiceShops and our Borrell Ave Warehouse will be reopening with limited hours and days from the week of 18 May onwards.
There will be a range of changes in place as part of the Covid19 level 2 government requirements.
Until further notice all donations in North Taranaki are only being accepted at our Warehouse, 19 Borrell Ave, Westown, New Plymouth
What is available at Level three
At Level three:
- our patients are receiving the very best palliative care
- patient care is mobile and in the community
- Te Rangimarie has no patients in the in-patient unit
- our HospiceShops are all closed
- we are planning the re-opening of Te Rangimarie
- we are planning the re-opening of our HospiceShops
COVID - 19 Are you visiting a patient in Te Rangimarie - then please read this first
The wellbeing of patients, staff and volunteers and their families/whanau is always our top priority, we therefore ask that you consider the following questions if you are planning to visit our Hospice: Are you at risk of having COVID-19? Have you been in close physical contact with someone who is suspected of or is a confirmed case of COVID -19? Have you travelled from Mainla ...
Sadly due to the current environment and the risk of Covid-19 this event will be rescheduled. 27 March 2020 - Business Writing with Christine Smith This is a Writing for Business workshop that will benefit your business and raise funds to support our services. This is a practical workshop for people who need to write effective emails, report, proposals or other business do ...
Casual Palliative Care Social Worker
Please see under Career Opportunities. ...
Taranaki Community Contributes Generously to Support Palliative Care in our Community
Hospices throughout the country have once again been overwhelmed and humbled by the support from Farmers Department Stores and their customers in the lead up to Christmas. More than $759,000 was donated towards the end of 2019. This is the sixth year that Farmers has raised funds for hospice and to date has generated more than $4.2M to help keep services free of charge. One ...
Give a Little Page in Memory of Julie Gray
Family and friends of the late Julie Gray had launched a Give a Little page to support Julie and her husband Ted. Sadly Julie passed away, and it was decided by the family to donate the money raised to Hospice Taranaki in recognition of the care Julie had received. Thank you so much Bonnie Kahui and the rest of your family and friends, for the generous donation of $2,873. ...
Come work with us, part of a team that really makes a difference
We have a vacancy for a
PALLIATIVE MEDICINE SPECIALIST LEAD – MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Thank you Farmers!
A tree of remembrance is located in Farmers top level, Centre City. From 14 November until Christmas Eve, everyone who makes a donation to Hospice whilst shopping in Farmers will receive a remembrance card. This card is an opportunity to write a special message for someone you'll be thinking about this Christmas. The Tree of Remembrance is a way to honour those we think of and support hospice. As with the purchase of the limited edition baubles, 100% of everything donated remains within Taranaki, supporting your local hospice service.