With the crazy world we're in right now, it's nice to know that she had a place that cared so much.
We are speechless at the generosity of our community of supporters every single day.
I kind of always knew I wanted to be a nurse after that. I just knew that was what I was meant to do.
Annual Hike of Bike for Hospice Georgian Triangle, Virtual Edition 2.0
The Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation has wrapped up their third successful online 50/50 with the generous support of Royal LePage Locations North, our Title Sponsor.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation has given Hospice Georgian Triangle a $150,000 Resilient Communities Fund grant to help face the challenges brought on by COVID-19 by re-imagining how to best support its community in this unprecedented time of need.
These funds from the CGMH Wellness Innovation Fund will be used to help establish our new community support programs for both grief and bereavement support specifically for children and youth as well as a new, Palliative Pain & Symptom Management Clinic at 186 Hurontario Street, unit 103 in Collingwood.
Hospice Georgian Triangle is very grateful to the Blue Mountain Village Foundation for a $10,000 grant that will provide some of the supplies and materials required to support the mental health of grieving and bereaved children and youth.
Thanks to the sponsorship of Royal LePage Locations North, the Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation will hold its third online 50/50 draw, with tickets going on sale February 15, 2021.