Thanks to generous volunteer and donor support, Hospice Peterborough offers the best possible support to individuals and families living with or affected by life-threatening illness and grief.
Guided by a philosophy of compassion, respect and autonomy, the organization’s team of specially trained staff and volunteers work together to care for the whole person, improve quality of life and enhance comfort. When individuals and families come to Hospice, they realize they are not alone.
Since 1988, Hospice Peterborough has created a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment for clients, staff and volunteers. Hospice staff and volunteers actively listen and offer non-judgmental support and respect for personal choice regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, ability, age, socio-economic or cultural background, or type and stage of life-threatening illness or grief.
The organization’s programs and services are offered free of charge to residents of all ages living in the city and county of Peterborough. These include home-support, day hospice, caregiver support group, grief groups, family support and wellness programming. Staff and volunteers also work with clients and their families to advocate for excellent hospice palliative care within the health and social service care systems and within the family unit.
Hospice Peterborough provides education and consultation support in the City of Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, Northumberland and Peterborough Counties. The scope of Hospice includes a new 10 bed hospice residence, offering another choice for end of life care in the community. This will complete Hospice Peterborough’s transition to become a central hub for the delivery of hospice palliative care.
The mission of Hospice Peterborough is to enhance the comfort, dignity and quality of life of individuals and families living with or affected by life-threatening illness or grief.
To be a central hub for the delivery of hospice palliative care.
Hospice Peterborough is partially funded by the Ontario Government through the Central East Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
The organization also relies on local community generosity to fund services and programs. In other words, donors make the delivery of Hospice care possible.
Hospice is committed to fundraising best practices to ensure the transparent and responsible management of all donated funds. Ongoing fundraising initiatives encourage the community’s philanthropic culture to support present and future hospice palliative care services within the region.
Donors make our care possible
- Community Report 2018-2019
- Audited Financial Statements 2018-2019
- Annual Report 2017-2018
- Annual Donor Recognition List 2017-2018
- Audited Financial Statements 2017-2018
- Annual Report 2016-2017
- Annual Donor Recognition List 2016-2017
- Annual Report 2015-2016
- Annual Report 2014-2015
- Annual Report 2013-2014
- Annual Report 2012-2013
- Annual Report 2011-2012
Board of Directors
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Shelley Barrie, President
Karen Auger, Vice-President
Bob Campbell, Treasurer
Len Lifchus, Secretary
Dr. Heather Drysdale
Dr. Michael Gibson
Hajni Hos, Executive Director
Justin Anderson, Human Resource Generalist/Payroll Administrator
Dr. John Beamish, Medical Director
Meaghan Blodgett, Office & Information Coordinator
Sheila Bourgeois, Bereavement & Wellness Coordinator
Mike Bowser, Building Maintenance and Custodian
Tracey Davis, Special Events & Development Coordinator
Alison Casey, Manager of Development
Jodi Dunn, Manager of Hospice Residence
Linda Kehoe, Palliative Navigator
David Kennedy, Supportive Care Counsellor
Corrie King, Administrative Assistant
Greg Marshak, Food Services/Maintenance
Catherine Millington, Volunteer Coordinator
Aimee O'Reilly, Fundraising and Communications Coordinator
Patti Stanton, Nurse Consultant, Palliative Pain & Symptom Management
Angela VandenBroek, Manager of Finance and Administration
Ann Wannamaker, Palliative Navigator
Natalie Warner, Manager of Community Programs
Amy Watson, Intake Coordinator