Exciting Fundraising Events:

We’re very pleased to announce three current Hospice fundraiser efforts! Please consider joining one (or all) of these events to help make the Nipissing Serenity Hospice a reality:

Play With Purpose – Bricks for Hospice, May 27 & 28:

Play4Prosperity brings us the power of “play with purpose” to inspire growth, innovation, and change in our communities. On May 27th and 28th, join us at Northgate Square for Bricks4Hospice (this link leads to the Facebook event page – sign up here).

Join in a day of play with purpose that will engage, educate and inspire our youth on the power of community involvement all the while helping to raise funds for Nipissing Serenity Hospice Children’s Play Room. Watch as our LEGO Master Builder transforms thousands of LEGO® bricks into a scale replica of Serenity Hospice. Raffles, LEGO give-a-ways and more!

“Find Your Five” Social Media Fundraiser Event (Ongoing):

We are challenging our High School communities to a battle of the “Textes” !
FIND it in YOU to donate $5
FIND FIVE friends to do the same
ASK them to FIND 5

Will your school dominate ? Use your social network to FIND YOUR FIVE for the Hospice Children’s Playroom and get your connections to do the same and show the power of your social networking.

What is the Nipissing Serenity Hospice?

The Nipissing Serenity Hospice is a home away from home where people of all ages are invited to spend their life’s final journey. It is a peaceful, caring and supportive environment that embraces all without discrimination. It is a place where quality end of life care is honored in a compassionate and holistic manner. It is a place where spiritual, psychosocial and physical needs will be met to provide relief of pain and suffering.

The objective of hospice care is to relieve suffering and improve the quality of life and dying for both the patient and their family. Like a family, our hospice is there for you night and day, holidays and weekends; around the clock.

Why our community needs a hospice:

Our community really needs a hospice, where the terminally ill will find the comfort and tranquility of a home-like environment, rather than a busy acute care hospital setting. While many dying patients would prefer to die at home, it often becomes difficult for family members to care for their dying loved ones at home.

In a hospice, the patient, family and friends can spend quality time together, in a way where everyone’s needs are supported in a compassionate manner.

Hospices already exist in most northern communities including Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay and Huntsville. It is now time for the Nipissing Region to build a hospice.