Campbell River Hospice Society

Organization Mission Statement

The Campbell River Hospice Society exists to provide compassionate care, clinical counselling and a variety of holistic services and programs to support individuals at the end-of life or those who are grieving.

Our Mission is to ensure that dying and bereaved people have access to programs and services provided by trained, committed staff and volunteers, supported by an organization that is passionate in achieving our long-term Vision.

Our Vision for the Hospice Society is to ensure everyone in Campbell River and surrounding communities has access to high-quality care through programs and services that offer counselling, companioning, and understanding when experiencing end-of-life or bereavement, regardless of beliefs and culture.

The organization serves the following population

We support people of all ages and diverse backgrounds from 4 years old to 101 +.

The funds donated will be used to

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Campbell River Hospice Society has lost and will continue to lose a tremendous amount of funding that allows us to provide our services to the community of Campbell River and the surrounding areas. We have been forced to close our Second to None Thrift Store which is 46% of our annual revenue. This, plus the cancellation of all fundraising activities, has placed us in a position of not receiving ongoing revenue other than generous emergency funding from community groups such as the 100 Women Who Care.

Currently, we continue to provide Clinical Counselling and Volunteer Compassionate Care Support over the phone and or video chat. During this crisis, we are finding our support is needed now more than ever. Our counsellor is reporting that many clients are dealing with acute grief that is compiled with isolation and anxiety due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Your support of $5000 will help us continue to provide our essential services to those in the community who are dying and/or grieving the loss of their loved ones. 

The organizations current sources of funding are

At this point only donations from the community.


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This nomination has been reviewed by the 100 Women Who Care committee and meets all criteria.