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Nīkau Sponsor

Named after the Nīkau tree of New Zealand, the nation’s only native palm species, Nīkau supporters are one-of-a-kind champions of specialist palliative care in the Nelson Tasman region.

As a Nīkau partner, you’ll experience the growth of your brand, the satisfaction of contributing to our community, and the pride of standing tall in your industry. Join us in reaching new heights together.

Beth Catley from Nelson Airport talks about their relationship with Nelson Tasman Hospice

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Become a Nikau Sponsor


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.


Many thanks to our wonderful supporters:

Kahikatea sponsors

Kauri sponsors

Rimu sponsors

Nīkau sponsors

Rātā sponsors

Harakeke sponsors

Hybrid Bikes | Tasman Pine | Scott Construction | Proper Crisps | Smart Business Centre | Jarden | Gallagher Insurance NZ | Sounds Air | Azwood | GO Media | Be Seen More | Suzuki NZ | BNI Originals Nelson | Printhouse | Slightly Different | Blueberry IT | BNI Hive-Mind Connections | Dayman’s | Dilmah Tea | MS Ford | Trafalgar Royal Arch Chapter | Golden Bay Lions | Nelson Masonic Hall Company Ltd | Harcourts Foundation

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