The care Te Omanga Hospice provides is free of charge to patients and their families and whānau. Every year we need to raise 45% of our funding from our local community with the balance being provided through contracted government funding. Te Omanga Hospice could not survive without the kindness and understanding of individuals and organisations in the community we serve. Donate today to help support the hospice and the service we provide to the greater Hutt Valley region.
If you would like to personally discuss giving a donation please feel free to contact our Fundraising Relationship Manager by emailing email@example.com or phone 04 979 6681
Ways you can donate:
To make a secure one-off use the form above.
Donate by Internet Banking
You can make a donation to our hospice directly from your bank account.
Please pay into the Te Omanga Hospice bank account 06-0507-0816463-00 or search for “Te Omanga Hospice” as a payee (major banks have our bank account already loaded to their system).
Please include “donation” as your reference and let us know so we can send you a receipt. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 04 979 6681.
Donate in Person
You are welcome to personally bring your donation to Te Omanga Hospice. You can make a donation in person by cash, cheque, eftpos or credit card. We are located at 136 Woburn Road, Lower Hutt.
By setting up a regular donation, you will become one of a growing number of loyal supporters who are committed to seeing hospice care remain free of charge to all those who need it.
You can contribute a manageable amount at a frequency that suits you. Fortnightly, monthly, quarterly or annual options are available and no amount is too big or small.
A bequest is a wonderful way to support the work of Te Omanga Hospice beyond your life-time. It’s a gesture of kindness which means a great deal to the people we care for, and ensures our service remains free to all.
When you leave a gift in your Will to Te Omanga, you automatically become part of The Marion and Max Cooper Fellowship. We keep Fellowship members up-to-date with hospice news and invite them to special gatherings.
Learn more about leaving a gift in your Will to Te Omanga and other pointers on Will writing.
Bequests received by Te Omanga Hospice not specified as a gift for operational costs are transferred into the Te Omanga Hospice Foundation. It is a separate registered charitable trust and the Board is tasked with securing the financial future of the Te Omanga Hospice Trust.
To find out more, please contact our fundraising team on 04 979 6681 or email email@example.com.
Your loved one may have requested in lieu of flowers that donations be made to Te Omanga Hospice, or you may feel this is what they would have wanted. If you choose this option your Funeral Director will be able to advise how this will be handled at the service.
After the funeral and sometimes on anniversaries, people often wish to endorse the work we do by making a donation or gifting a Day of Care in memory of a loved one.
Giving in celebration provides the opportunity to celebrate a special occasion in your life and at the same time support our work. Whatever the special occasion, wedding, birthday, anniversary; you and your friends will know that you are doing something very special and making a difference by making a donation to Te Omanga Hospice in lieu of presents.
If you would like to raise money to support the work of Te Omanga Hospice but do not know where to start then email us firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. Once you have decided what you would like to organise let us know and we will offer practical advice and support.
Are you up for a challenge this year?
If you are planning something exciting, fun, adventurous or new, whatever the level of difficulty or endurance we would like to be part of your challenge. Get your supporters on board and use your event to raise much needed funds and make a difference to those living with a life limiting condition.
Feel like getting social?
What about getting together with your friends, family, community group or work colleagues and arrange something social to raise money for Te Omanga. There is so much you can do coffee mornings, raffles, quizzes … and we will be there to give advice and support your initiative.