Look at what your friends and neighbours are doing to make a difference!
Listed below are just a sampling of the creative ideas that members of our community have developed to support the provision of compassionate hospice palliative care in our community.
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Courtenay BC VQA Wine Store hosted a fundraiser with 100% of funds raised supporting Comox Valley Hospice Society.
OmniCare for People hosted a seniors by donation transportation weekend to the Filberg Festival.
The Courtenay Rotary Club has committed to raise $50,000 a year for 3 years to fund the building of a residential hospice in the Comox Valley. Their annual spring auction and Top Chef’s event have been the primary events to support this effort.
The Cumberland Rotary Club, the Comox Rotary Club and the Sunrise Rotary Club have each held fundraisers to support the Comox Valley Hospice Society residential hospice capital campaign.
Voices Three - Three talented Comox Valley musicians, Sue Pyper, Judy Wing and Helen Austin, collaborated for three years to present the annual Voices Three Concert at the Sid Williams Theatre raising over $13,000 for hospice!
The Comox Valley RCMP hosted a Red Serge Ball and Silent Auction raising almost $9,800 for the Comox Valley Hospice Society.
Strathcona Symphony Orchestra along with Jenn Forsland and Just in Time Choir held fundraiser on Saturday November 7th at the Old Church Theatre. They raised over $1800 for Hospice.
CV Book Friends (seen in picture L-R: Ruth Dilts, Cat Keylock and Sue Patton) raised $1,500
Christina Nienaber-Roberts—The Heart Gate
Artistic supporters like Christina Nienaber-Roberts creates cards from photos and donate 10% of the sales to hospice.
Courtenay Rotary Club
Voices Three - Sue Pyper, Judy Wing and Helen Austin
Keith Wakelin, owner of Fitness Excellence
Strathcona Symphony Orchestra
CV Book Friends