GEORGIAN TRIANGLE HOSPICE
There is a new and easier way to financially support the many essential services provided by Hospice Georgian Triangle. Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation is launching a new website: www.hgtfoundation.com
Each year, Hospice Georgian Triangle supports hundreds of families living in Collingwood, Clearview Township, the City of Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach.
But the local hospice simply wouldn’t exist without the generous support of the community.
By launching its new website, Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation, which raises funds to support Hospice, can better communicate with the community about its many events and programs, including the 12th Annual Hike or Bike for Hospice on May 29 in Collingwood , Ontario.
The website highlights the many ways to give, including making a one-time gift, a gift in memory, a thank you gift, a monthly gift, organizing and participating in special events, planning an estate, becoming a corporate partner and Moreover.
“The new website complements the existing hospice website, which focuses on the programs and services offered by Hospice Georgian Triangle,” said Sandra Sullivan, executive director of Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation. “The foundation’s website provides information on different ways to participate in philanthropy and support the hospice.
Design for this website was courtesy of Cameron Clark, Founder and Creative Director of PhantomOwl Digital, who also designed the Hospice Georgian Triangle website in 2021.
The purpose of the Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation is to raise funds that enable Hospice Georgian Triangle to fulfill its mission and provide exceptional palliative care and community programs at no cost to the user. Hospice Georgian Triangle provides compassionate home and Campbell House care to individuals and families with life-threatening illness living in the communities of Collingwood, Clearview Township, The Town of Blue Mountains and Wasaga Beach.
The government provides less than 50% of the cost of running Hospice Georgian Triangle. The hospice relies on the generosity of the community to provide care for people and their families with life-threatening illnesses.
The Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation needs donations from the Southern Georgian Bay community to fund programs, especially grief and bereavement counseling, children’s support groups, and pain management programs and symptoms. For more information, visit www.hgtfoundation.com or call 705-444-2555.