Join the Hospice Georgian Triangle Board and contribute to the mission: “Excellent palliative care for all.” The Board supports staff and trained volunteers in providing exceptional supportive care in the home, community, and professional end-of-life care offered at Campbell House and through community support programs offered at 186 Hurontario Street in Collingwood.
One volunteer position is available
Hospice Georgian Triangle is seeking someone to join its Board of Directors who lives in either of the communities of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Clearview Township or The Town of Blue Mountains.
While the Hospice board continually looks for a variety of skills, education, and experience, we currently are seeking:
An individual with a background in health care, preferably with clinical and administrative experience.
As Hospice Georgian Triangle continues to move forward, we look for staff, volunteers and board members that reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. Board members must be
able to attend monthly Board meetings as well as participate on two Board committees.
Interesting in joining the Board?
Please submit your letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call 705-444-2555 ext. 7522 to speak with Barb Hockley, Executive Assistant, with your questions.
The deadline for volunteer applications is June 30, 2021.
About Hospice Georgian Triangle
Since 1987, Hospice has provided compassionate care to families dealing with life-limiting illness in the communities of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Clearview Township and the Town of Blue Mountains. The Hospice began as an all-volunteer, community-based visiting program providing non-medical support to those living with a life-limiting illness, or at the end-of-life, and to their families. Now Hospice provides a variety of programs in clients’ homes and at Campbell House, which has 10 fully furnished suites for individuals and their families needing end-of-life care located at 240 Erie Street in Collingwood. In 2021, Hospice Georgian Triangle opened a location at 186 Hurontario Street in Collingwood, allowing an expansion of community programming in a safe and secure environment. Care programs come at no cost and focus on the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of both the patient and family, enhancing quality of life.