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Atawhaitia, manaakitia mō ake tonu

To care always

Nelson Tasman Hospice provide specialist palliative care through an interdisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, therapists and trained volunteers, to patients and whānau living with life limiting illness.


Volunteering for Hospice can be a great way to support the community, gain new experiences and meet new people. Help Nelson Tasman Hospice maintain its range of care and support services.



Your support is vital to continue hospice care in the Nelson Tasman community. There’s lots of great ways you can help.



You can help Hospice make up this funding shortfall by making a donation, organising a fundraising initiative in your community, funding a day of care, or volunteering your time.


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Cook Islands Collaboration

In August this year, Nelson Tasman Hospice Clinical Nurse Specialist & Palliative Care Nurse Educator, Annie Wallace, spent some time…

Nelson Pine Industries Limited continues to support Nelson Tasman Hospice

Nelson Pine Industries Limited continues to demonstrate their commitment to our community by supporting specialist palliative care in the region.…

Summit’s Keir Wilkinson Memorial Golf Tournament 2023 – A Memorable Result

On a perfect spring day, the community gathered for a remarkable event that not only celebrated the spirit of camaraderie…

The Compassionate Community Behind Nelson Tasman Hospice: Wedding Pop Up Shop 

As we gear up for the Nelson Tasman Hospice’s Wedding Pop-Up Shop, we want to take a moment to express…

Introducing Irvina Koefoed – Physiotherapist

Know us for when you need us Irvina Koefoed – Physiotherapist What is your role at Nelson Tasman Hospice? I…

Empowered By Knowledge

June Scales was raised at a High Country Station in Tekapo. Very much a hands-on, spending long days mustering and…

Introducing Barry Howell, Equipment & Maintenance Coordinator

Know us for when you need us Barry Howell – Equipment & Maintenance Coordinator What does a day look like…

Introducing Emily McDougal – Occupational Therapist and Community Services Clinical Lead

Know us for when you need us Emily McDougal – NZROT Occupational Therapist and Community Services Clinical Lead What does…

Take a Tour

Join Dominica Creswell, Clinical Nurse Leader SPCU, on a tour around Nelson Tasman Hospice.

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