Hospice palliative care medical services alleviate pain, with an emphasis on comfort and improving life, not curing the disease. Hospice palliative care is an holistic approach. The physical, social, psychological, emotional and spiritual are treated as needed or desired by the patient.
The team at Parkland Cape Breton recently held a fall fair in support of Hospice Palliative Care. This is the second year for the fundraiser with plans to make it an annual event. Linda Coleman and Nadine Oliver from Parkland Cape Breton presented a cheque for $1,000 to Pam Ellsworth from the Hospice Society. ... See MoreSee Less
Hospice Cape Breton shared Association of Fundraising Professionals -Cape Breton Chapter's post.
Thank you to our generous and supportive community! Happy Philanthropy Day!Did you know there are more than 3,800 registered charities in Nova Scotia?
Today is National Philanthropy Day. the world to recognize this day. We celebrate National Philanthropy Day by recognizing the extraordinary generosity and dedication of donors, volunteers and charities.
If you’re interested in learning more, contact the Association of Fundraising Professionals Cape Breton chapter.
Deck the Halls begins tomorrow! This Christmas Fair is a fundraiser in support of Hospice Cape Breton🎄
Deck the Halls will feature: Stained Glass, Pottery, Jewelry, Photography, Chocolate, Bath and Body, Rug Hooking, Felting, Hand Blown Glass, Botanical Printing, Weaving and many more hand made gift giving ideas! ... See MoreSee Less