Our Hospice Shops

Te Omanga Hospice shops are synonymous with top quality goods. You can find us in Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt, Petone and Wainuiomata.

We know it’s not always easy to put your much loved possessions in the care of someone else, but we like to think of it as “repurposing your treasures”.  Whether you donate to us, or buy from us, you are buying into the hospice service.

Our hospice shops, along with our sponsors and supporters, help us generate the funds that enable us to provide free palliative care in our community – so thank you for your support.

Our shops are staffed by a paid manager and a wonderful network of dedicated, friendly volunteers who will assist you in any way they can to help you find just what you are looking for. Interested in joining our team and becoming a Hospice Shop Support Volunteer? Please click here to email us.

We are able to collect goods, and for a small fee we can also deliver your larger purchases. For free collection please call 0800 83 66 26. Thanks to The Valley Club for their generous donation of our truck.

Online Hospice Shop

While Te Omanga Hospice Shops were temporarily closed during Alert Level 3 and 4, we launched an online shop where you can browse quality items from the comfort of your home. Check out www.shopteomanga.com






Petone Hospice Shop

Our newest Hospice Shop opened on 18 May 2020 and is located at 154 Jackson Street in Petone. There are many treasures in store and we welcome quality donations.








Wainuiomata Hospice Shop

On 30 November 2019 we opened a new Hospice Shop at 6 The Strand in Wainuiomata. We welcome your donations of quality furniture, homeware and clothing.







Lower Hutt Hospice Shop

On 1 April 2019, our Lower Hutt Hospice Shop moved to a new location on High Street, Lower Hutt. The space is a combination of two shops, allowing more room to display pre-loved furniture, homeware and clothing.








Upper Hutt Hospice Shop

In July 2018, our Upper Hutt Hospice Shop relocated to bigger and brighter premises. It is located at 21 Queen Street and proudly displays the many treasures we gratefully receive from the community.