Hibiscus Hospice

  Auckland
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Hibiscus Hospice provides compassionate care for people affected by terminal illness and support for their families. Services are free and

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Supporting patients and families at a time in their lives when they need it most.

Hospice provides the best possible palliative care and the physical, emotional and spiritual support that enables people with terminal illness to live every moment.

Last year more than 230 individuals and their families were cared for by Hibiscus Hospice - many of them in the comfort and security of their own homes.


Latest donations

  • Briar Naysmith

    Briar Naysmith on 16 Apr 2018

    Private

    In memory of Daniel Chorley. Hope you are doing more great science wherever you are! xx

    Private

  • Lyz Smith

    Lyz Smith on 28 Jul 2017

    $500

    $500

  • Pam, Kieran, Jo and Cheryl

    Pam, Kieran, Jo and Cheryl on 19 Jun 2017

    Private

    In memory of Lyz Smith on behalf of friends of Ian Poole

    Private

  • Euan Philpot

    Euan Philpot on 13 Mar 2017

    $100

    Mr Philpot requested rather than receive an incentive for taking part in an interview for us it be donated to Hibiscus Coast Hospice

    $100

  • Alison L

    Alison L on 23 Feb 2017

    $100

    In memory of Hazel Saunders, a wonderful friend to our family.

    $100


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