Huron Shores Hospice is a charitable not-for-profit, volunteer-led, community-funded residential hospice, providing quality end-of-life care, at no cost, to residents of Kincardine, Huron-Kinloss, Saugeen Shores and surrounding areas. Huron Shores Hospice is also committed to changing the conversation around death and dying through our new programming including hosting Death Cafes and providing death and dying education forums. We also offer Grief Recovery Method sessions to the public helping the bereaved recover from their grief. End of Life Doula services are also free to any potential residents.
We have now successfully fundraised the amount needed to open a second bed in the fall of 2020. This expansion will allow us to better serve the residents of south Bruce County.
Our dedicated and hard-working board of directors looks after the day to day operations of the hospice, as well as all fundraising efforts in our community.
Huron Shores Hospice opened its doors and arms to the community on May 1, 2018, after years of preparation and fundraising in our community. Huron Shores Hospice operates its first hospice suite entirely through local community fundraising and all funds raised to support Huron Shores Hospice remain in our community. The hospice suite is located in Tiverton, a community in the Municipality of Kincardine, within Tiverton Park Manor.
Huron Shores Hospice also has a long term plan to open a stand-alone facility in the Municipality of Kincardine, when Ministry of Health and Long Term Care funding becomes available, and when its fundraising goals are met.
Our residential hospice provides a home-like setting where adults and children with life-limiting illnesses receive end-of-life care. Huron Shores Hospice empowers individuals to live well to the end of life by providing compassionate, dignified and holistic care, while supporting their family members and friends.
Community support is essential to our plan because funding from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care is not available at this time, and when available will only provide, under the current policy, about one-third of the cost to run the hospice. The remaining two-thirds must be raised through fundraising and memorial donations. We realize this is a big ask of our community. But we also believe that everyone has the right to die with dignity, in a home-like setting, surrounded by compassion: we see residential hospice as the best way to deliver this service.
All donations made to Huron Shores Hospice stay in our community to provide quality end-of-life services to our local residents. Donations to Huron Shores Hospice are greatly appreciated and all donations over $20 will be issued a tax receipt.
We welcome volunteers to help with comfort care in our hospice suite, fundraising and administration. Training is available and required if you are interested. Give us a call or send an email and we'll explore the possibilities with you!
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Huron Shores Hospice operates its first hospice suite entirely through local community fundraising, and all funds raised to support Huron Shores Hospice remain in our communities. All donations made to Huron Shores Hospice stay in our community to provide quality end-of-life services to our local residents of Kincardine, Saugeen Shores, Huron Kinloss and Surrounding areas.
We have reached our Phase 1 and Phase 2 goals!
Stay tuned as we expand our services to include a second bed in 2020!