Grief Support Services is an independent organisation which greatly values donations to assist with funding. Please click here for more information about how you can support us by making a one-off or regular donation.
The Bay Of Plenty District Health Board funds the service we offer to people bereaved by suicide. For our other services to operate we rely on community grants and clients using our services. We ask our clients to make a donation where possible. In the last years we have been grateful recipients of funds from a number of organisations.  Thank you to all our supporters.  See list of funders.

You can help Grief Support by donating as below.  Receipts are issued.


1. Donate with

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2. Gifting:


If you would like to make a one off donation via direct credit or internet banking, please credit ASB Account 12-3651-0000163-00. Please include your name and the word Donation on the payment reference fields.

Grief Support Services is registered with the Charities Commission registration number CC31778

If you would like us to send you a receipt for a donation made by direct credit please also send us an email or complete and return our Donation Form

If you would like more information on fundraising, sponsorship, bequests or payroll giving please email us  


3. Corporate Sponsorship:


Join 8 other businesses and fund a full time Grief Counsellor for 5 years.

 In return we will visit your organisation and present to your staff  the concepts of Grief and how to manage it.   When you need grief support for your workplace  we will be available to assist on a fee basis.

Your donation will allow us to continue our subsidised service to the community throughout the year.  

Cost is $3500 + GST/annum.  It you would like more information please fill in the form below or call us.

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