Peterborough – On June 2nd Hospice Peterborough issued an update to its donors, volunteers, clients, community partners and the general public about the difficulties the organization has been facing with the Hospice Care Centre project. Continue reading Care Centre Update – June 22, 2017
Peterborough – Hospice Peterborough has reached a crossroads with its Care Centre project at 325 London Street and must decide the best way forward that will serve our community for decades to come. Under advisement of an expert Hospice team the organization is being directed to explore two options with regards to the existing Victorian home on the property. Continue reading Hospice Peterborough Care Centre Update – June 6, 2017
This week is National Volunteer Week! We would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to over 250 individuals who choose to volunteer their time with Hospice Peterborough. Your commitment to the individuals and families we support is truly inspiring. Continue reading National Volunteer Week!
We are pleased to announce that online registration for this year’s Hike for Hospice is officially open. To register for this May 7th event please CLICK HERE.
Hike for Hospice is a non-competitive walk and Hospice Peterborough’s largest fundraising event. It brings families, friends, neighbours and co-workers together to support and recognize the palliative and bereavement struggles of individuals and families in our community. Continue reading Hike for Hospice Registration NOW OPEN!
Are you interested in working directly with Hospice clients and their families?
Hospice Peterborough is offering an introductory orientation session in March to learn more about this unique opportunity to volunteer. Call to register to attend on Thursday, March 2nd or Wednesday, March 8. Following an interview process, you may then be invited to join the hospice volunteer training which will begin in April for 10 weeks (3 hours weekly in the evening). Continue reading Hospice Peterborough Palliative Care Volunteer Training Sessions
Yesterday pro boxer Cody Crowley was in town at Pizza Hut helping to support Hospice Peterborough in memory of Anita Blackbourn. Crowley was happy to meet his fans, sign autographs and help support the community he calls his home. Ten percent of sales from yesterday’s event at Pizza Hut on Lansdowne Street, and from sales at the George Street location, will be donated to Hospice Peterborough’s Every Moment Matters Campaign. Continue reading Cody Crowley Teams Up with Pizza Hut to Give Back