Support your Hospice

    Christmas is a wonderful time of celebration, giving and enjoying the Kiwi summer. It is also a time to reflect on loved ones that aren’t here to celebrate with us. So remember someone special this Christmas and support Hospice New Zealand in store at Farmers.

    Hospices around the country aim to help people make the most of their lives; to live every moment in whatever way is important to them. 100% of your donations at Farmers will go directly to your local hospice to ensure their services remain free of charge in your community.

    Purchase the Limited Edition Bauble

    Purchase the 2021 limited edition Christmas glass bauble. This year’s bauble evokes the Christmas spirit, where family, friends and communities come to together to enjoy each other’s company and to make lasting memories. During this time of year, we also remember those who are no longer with us and cherish those who are.

    At hospice we see people coming together year-round. We see communities supporting each other and working together to create a space where people feel comfort and compassion.

    Hanging a ‘Togetherness’ bauble on your tree this year is a symbol of being around those you love. Gifting a bauble is also perfect way to show a loved one you will always be with them, even if you’re physically apart.

    Free Delivery

    Purchase this limited edition bauble online to support Hospice New Zealand and as our special thank you for supporting Hospice, we will gift you FREE delivery with any other products bought online in the same transaction up to the value of $10 nationwide.


    Remember Loved Ones this Christmas

    Tree of Remembrance is a very special event for hospices throughout the country and is an opportunity to remember someone special in the lead up to Christmas.

    Between 19th November - 24th December make an open donation at your local Farmers store and receive a card to write your personal message on, then place it on dedicated remembrance tree in store.

    Its not just about remembering someone who has passed away. People might be thinking of family or friends who live overseas, or even those who live nearby but are not part of the same bubble or they might not see as often as they would like, or even beloved pets.

    To find out more about how your local hospice helps those in need, visit hospice.org.nz.