top of page

There are many ways you can support Hospice EBOP:



You can provide a donation or leave a bequest in your will. (Click here to download our bequest brochure)

You can ask for donations to be given to Hospice EBOP in lieu of flowers at your funeral.

You can make an online payment by using the following details:

Name: Hospice EBOP


Account Number: 03 0490 0172816 02
Reference: Your name


Please send us an email if you would like a receipt



To make a donation in person you can pop into our office at 37 Goulstone Road, Whakatane (We can only accept Cash at our office, there is no eftpos available). We are open Weekdays 8am - 4.30pm

You can host a fundraising event.

For more information on this you can contact our Fundraising Manager on 07 307 2244 or


You can donate your preloved treasures or buy some good quality items from one of our Hospice shops.

We provide a free furniture pick up and delivery service, please call your local Hospice shop for more details.

You can subscribe to our e-newsletter to keep up to date with what’s happening at Hospice EBOP and be one of the first to know about upcoming events.




You can volunteer your time, there’s lots of ways to do it.

  • Patient/Family Support

  • Bereavement Support

  • Fundraising and Event Volunteers

  • Shop volunteers

  • Newsletter deliveries

  • Patient Transport

  • Delivery/pick up van assistants

  • Life Story Writers


Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator on 07 307 2244 or email to register your interest

Hospice EBOP volunteers are a very important part of our service. Volunteers are a special part of the Hospice team and provide the helping link between the professional staff and patients, family members and the community.



Woman and flowers.jpg

With 1 in 3 people needing palliative care, Hospice Eastern Bay of Plenty help support the majority of the community, especially as services are extended to the family/whanau of patients. Local businesses choose to sponsor Hospice as their sponsorship is directly injected back into the community, which is ultimately helping support many of their customers and their family/whanau. Sponsorship can be received for events held by Hospice, giving regular cash donations or providing goods and or services at a reduced or zero cost.

bottom of page