Types of Donations

In Celebration Of

Give a gift to Heart of Hastings Hospice in celebration of a loved one or to commemorate a special event or anniversary. For further information, please call our office or complete our  donation form.

 

Gifts In-kind

Heart of Hastings Hospice welcomes in-kind gifts. Items such as auction items, tickets to professional sporting events, concerts, art work, prizes, as well as some food and beverage items are all useful and are greatly appreciated. As a registered charity, we can issue tax receipts for the fair market value of most items. For such donations, please contact our office at (613) 473-1880 or email donations@heartofhastingshospice.ca

 

Give the Gift of Your Time

Unique to the service of hospice, volunteers play a special role in the care of our patients and families. Carefully selected and specially trained volunteers work alongside hospice professionals to provide support for terminally ill patients and their families. Hospice volunteers provide companionship, caregiver respite, light household or outdoor assistance and diverse activities. In addition to supportive care with families, volunteers are also involved in bereavement support, provide office assistance and help with special events and activities. For more information about volunteering, please visit our volunteer page.


Leave a Legacy

Hospice provides support to clients and their families througout the end-of-life journey .  We rely heavily on financial support from our community and donors like you. Please consider leaving a gift to our hospice in your Will or Estate Plan.

  • Leaving a charitable gift in your will brings meaning, dignity and purpose to a life well lived, and shows you cared about your community and about the work of hospice
  • A gift can be a very practical addition to a financial plan when taxes are taken into consideration
  • Your gift will help provide support to future generations

Talk to your financial advisor to find out how you can leave a legacy to The Heart of Hastings Hospice.

While we were caring for my husband Nolan at home during the last stages of his illness, we often needed supplies quickly. We would call Heart of Hastings Hospice and the response was immediate and compassionate. 'Hospice' was like a life line during that period of turmoil and grief as we strove to care for Nolan and make him comfortable. My family and I will always be grateful for that kindness. It was such a comfort to know that if we needed help, Hospice was there. What a wonderful support Hospice provides to families who are experiencing the impending loss of a loved one.
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