Bethell Hospice provides compassionate, respectful care to enhance the quality of life for individuals facing a life-limiting illness and their families. Hospice services are an essential component of our health care system, focusing on individualized care and comfort.
Bethell Hospice offers 24 hour care, focussed on dignity and comfort, in our hospice residence in Inglewood, Caledon. We also provide a range of community programs and services for individuals still residing in their own homes. There are no fees to stay at Bethell Hospice, or to participate in any of our community programs, and no one is ever denied care due to their financial situation.
Bethell Hospice receives partial funding through the Ontario Ministry of Health. To bridge the funding gap, Bethell Hospice Foundation must also raise over $1,500,000 each year to ensure that all programs and services are available at no cost to residents, community clients or their families.
Your support this year is essential to ensure the care of Bethell Hospice can continue. Please register early to show your support for our beloved hospice.
This year’s official hike commencement date is Sunday, May 7th to coincide with the beginning of National Hospice & Palliative Care Week. The IN PERSON event will take place at Lloyd Wilson Centennial Arena in Inglewood, Ontario starting at 8 AM.
The VIRTUAL hike will take place anytime during the month of May. Participants can complete their own virtual hike anytime, anywhere with donations being accepted until May 31, 2023.
NOTE: Early Bird registration – if individuals or teams register before March 20 they are automatically entered into a draw for a $250 Tim Hortons card. https://bhf.akaraisin.com/ui/Hike2023
Sponsorship – we are still looking for sponsors. Should an individual or business be interested, (opportunities from $500+ ) all of the benefits are listed on the sponsorship page – https://bhf.akaraisin.com/ui/Hike2023/store/start
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