Hospice Quinte has received a $40,000 gift from the Federal Government’s ‘Emergency Community Support Fund’ enabling the organization to expand upon its existing grief and bereavement support services, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Get the latest news and learn more about the new Hospice Quinte Care Centre in the July edition of the Heart & Home Building Campaign newsletter!
Hospice Quinte has received a boost to its Heart & Home Building Campaign thanks to the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation’s ‘Kay Stafford Community Fund’.
Hospice Quinte’s 2019-2020 annual report was released electronically today. The report highlights the achievements and significant growth the organization has made over its 35 years of serving Quinte. It demonstrates the positive impact that Hospice Quinte’s palliative care and bereavement support services have on our community, and the incredible importance of the upcoming construction of the Hospice Quinte Care Centre.
This booklet was developed by Indigenous Peoples to ensure their choices for future health care are heard and respected. It assists First Nations, Inuit and Métis in planning for and having discussions about their care should they become seriously ill or unable to speak for themselves.
Friday, June 26th marks the second annual National Cancer Wellness Awareness Day. Recognized by individuals and organizations, like Hospice Quinte, across Canada, the mission of National Cancer Wellness Awareness Day is to increase awareness of the importance of cancer wellness, and to empower those living with cancer – including those who have been diagnosed, along with their families and caregivers – to seek out and connect with cancer wellness organizations in their community.
Get the latest news and learn more about the new Hospice Quinte Care Centre in the June edition of the Heart & Home Building Campaign newsletter!