Without you, we wouldn’t be able to provide care and support at no cost to people in our community facing a life-limiting illness. When you donate, you are impacting families in our community who are facing some of the most difficult times in their lives.

Thank you for your support.

You can set up a regular direct debit to Waipuna Hospice by downloading our direct debit authorisation form. Simply complete and sign the form then send it back to us at:

Waipuna Hospice, PO Box 16299, Bethlehem, Tauranga 3147

You can donate by selecting “Waipuna Hospice Inc’ as the payee or entering the following bank account number:
03 0435 0469107 02.

Please remember to include your name and contact phone number in the donation details.

POLi (pay online) allows you to donate directly from your bank account, via your internet banking facility.
You’ll need to have internet banking registered with your bank and your internet banking details will be required.

Donate to Waipuna Hospice, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty

When you donate to the local Bay of Plenty hospice, Waipuna Hospice, you have an immense impact on not only those with life-limiting illnesses but their whānau. With 836 patients across Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty in the 2022-23 period, Waipuna Hospice made 6,557 visits and 10,562 phone calls to patients, as well as an additional 3,334 family support calls and visits. This wouldn’t be possible without your donations.


Sophie Adams highlights just how supportive Waipuna Hospice has been after Sophie’s Dad, Richard, passed away from esophageal cancer.


“When dad started to get really sick, Waipuna Hospice nurses were at our house every day, supporting not only dad but our whole family. The nurse would come and help us change him and care for him. They taught us how to care for him if they weren’t there, and they would answer our phone calls no matter the time of the day, patiently answering our questions. So even when they weren’t there, we know they were only a phone call away.


After dad died, Waipuna Hospice continued to care for us. Mum was getting massages and we were all going to counselling out in Te Puna. It was such a beautiful experience; Waipuna Hospice is such a calming place. I was coming in for one-on-one counselling, as well as group counselling with mum and my brother. Their care even carried on through lockdown with phone calls. I still have my counseller’s number so when the grief wave comes through again, I know I can always reach out to Waipuna Hospice and they will be there.”