Comfort, Care, Compassion: bringing residential hospice care to Durham Region

There is an undeniable need for palliative care in Durham Region – help us bring residential hospice care to our community!

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Comfort, Care, Compassion: bringing residential hospice care to Durham Region

There is an undeniable need for palliative care in Durham Region – help us bring residential hospice care to our community!

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There is an undeniable need for palliative care in Durham Region. Thank you for helping us bring residential hospice care to our community!

You can donate online here.

Or by cheque to:      1615  Dundas Street East, Lang Tower West, Suite 304, Whitby, Ontario L1N 2L1, or call us at:  905-240-4522 Ext 243

You can also contribute to our campaign by hosting a Third Party Event.  Click here for more information and a copy of our Third Party Fundraising Guide: https://durhamregionhospice.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/THIRD-PARTY-FUNDRAISING-GUIDE.docx

Durham Region needs residential hospices. Why? Two sisters Katie Cuff-Brdarovic and Sarah Cuff Pittman tell about their hospice experience. We need to be able to offer this same kind of care and compassion to Durham Region residents and their families. ... See MoreSee Less

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Durham Region Hospice

Whitby Sunrise Rotary is amazing. Thanks so very much!This morning the Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise proudly presented $50,000 to Durham Region Hospice to help with the construction of two new residential hospices in Durham Region.

Residential hospice provides comfort, care and compassion at the end of life in a non-institutional setting. Durham Region Hospice is committed to building residential hospice in Clarington (five beds) and Whitby (10 beds), enabling Durham Region to help serve approximately 200 to 300 residents and their families per year.

Together we can empower individuals with a palliative diagnosis to choose how they navigate their final journey while helping their families cope with and prepare for their loved one’s final stages of life. Learn more here... https://durhamregionhospice.ca/

Pictured here: President Charles Bridle, Chris Raynor (Chair of VON Durham Hospice Community Board), Whitby Sunrise Rotarian Joyce Marshall, Karen Thompson, Donna McFarlane (Program Advisor for Hospice Fundraising), and Eva Reti. Joyce, Karen, and Eva are members of the VON Durham Hospice Community Board and are fully committed to building the hospice for residents of Durham Region.

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