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2020 marks the 35th anniversary of Hospice Quinte. We have grown through the years, along with the needs of our clients in the Quinte region. This milestone marks a very special and exciting time in our organization’s history, as we prepare for our dreams of a Hospice Quinte Care Centre to blossom into reality.
Get the latest news and learn more about the new Hospice Quinte Care Centre in the February edition of the Heart & Home Building Campaign newsletter!
2020 is a year of celebration, growth and anticipation for Hospice Quinte, as it marks our 35th anniversary – and what better way is there to celebrate than throwing a fabulous a party?! Learn more about our 35th Anniversary Enchanted Garden Gala in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.
Adults often see attending a memorial or funeral as part of the healing process, but are quick to shield children from the emotional experience. Instead, consider it as a teachable moment for children to be a part of. Listen in and learn more in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.
Local MPP Todd Smith is happy to hear that Hospice Quinte has raised more than half the funds needed to build the new Hospice Quinte Care Centre. Smith says, “I was very pleased to hear that Hospice Quinte has surpassed the halfway mark in their fundraising efforts to build a hospice residence for the Quinte area. This facility will meet a real need in the community and will help us work toward ending hallway healthcare.”