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FOCUSING ON SUPPORTIVE CARE

It is the Mission of the 100 Mile District Hospice Society to provide a volunteer service dedicated to the compassionate care of persons in the South Cariboo community, with life threatening or terminal illness and to their families.

This support is based on the philosophy, norms and standards of the BC Palliative Care Association and embraces the concept of compassionate, physical, emotional, spiritual and social care for the whole person.

Our Mission

THANK YOU

The 100 Mile Hospice Board, Staff and Volunteers would like to thank everyone who generously donated their time and services to the 32nd Annual Memory Tree Celebration.   To those in our community who came and gathered to remember their loved ones, we know how challenging this time of year can be.  We hope that the ceremony provided you with an opportunity to reflect, honour, and acknowledge those lives that were such a part of you.  If anyone is struggling with grief and would like a safe place to sit and talk, please know that the Hospice staff are here if you need us. 

Michele Spence

Volunteer Programs Coordinator

100 Mile District Hospice Palliative Care Society

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My connection to Hospice goes back quite a few years, I lost a cousin and then my older brother to cancer when they were both in their early fifties and they were both cared for at Victoria Hospice. Since then my family has contributed to Hospice through “The Cote Family Memorial Foundation”, which was set up in memory of my two brothers.

How a small wish has turned into big support for end-of-life care, Holly

Some people and experiences are like stones being thrown into a calm lake, they ripple through us, reaching out and leaving us changed. It was like that for me when at 21 I lost a childhood friend to cancer. Witnessing him through treatments, rehab, and end-of-life had an enormous and far-reaching impact on my life.

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