Hospice Quinte is pleased to welcome 11 newly trained volunteers to assist with a variety of the organization’s services including helping at the Stan Klemencic Care Centre, in-home hospice care, fundraising, and bereavement and caregiver peer support.
The Knights of Columbus Council 2438 in Trenton set a shining example today by making a $7,500 donation to Hospice Quinte’s Heart & Home Building Campaign. This latest gift has helped Hospice Quinte reach over 95% of its $9.5M capital campaign goal in support of the new Stan Klemencic Care Centre.
Hospice Quinte has received a special gift from local artist Barbara Whelan in appreciation of the good works of the new Stan Klemencic Care Centre. Whelan, a well-known and much-admired painter recognized for her colourful scenes of the Quinte area donated her “Purple Tulip” painting to be hung at the new facility.
A generous gift of $25K by Reid’s Dairy has moved Hospice Quinte’s Heart & Home Building Campaign nearer to its $9.5M goal. The donation made in support of the new Stan Klemencic Care Centre bumped Hospice Quinte’s capital campaign to well over 93% of the target.
Hospice Quinte is excited to announce that a generous $50K contribution made by the Morton Family of Quinte Broadcasting has resulted in bringing the organization’s Heart & Home Building Campaign closer to its $9.5M goal.
Hospice Quinte extends immense gratitude to the Royal Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command Branches and Ladies' Auxiliaries Charitable Foundation for their generous donation of $6,770.00 to the Heart & Home Building Campaign.
Family of Sidney & Naomi Spiegel proudly presented Hospice Quinte with a gift of $250K today, in support of the future Hospice Quinte Care Centre. Sidney Spiegel, Founder and Chairman of the Board, of Crawford Steel, is well-known for boosting economic viability across the Quinte Region and sharing the wealth with local charitable organizations by supporting key community projects.
On Thursday, February 25th, Kim Lee and Jason Lott, on behalf of Alterna Savings (formerly Quinte First Credit Union), proudly presented Hospice Quinte with a very generous donation of $2,500 to the Heart & Home Building Campaign.
Mayor Mitch Panciuk, on behalf of the City of Belleville, proudly presented Hospice Quinte Executive Director, Jennifer May-Anderson, with a cheque for $225,000 this afternoon.