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To establish a welcoming facility in our community which will allow for terminally ill people to receive the best palliative care in a home environment. It will provide support for people and families that are bereaved. All hospice services are offered free of charge through the generous support of our community.
The goal of Hospice Norwood is to build a two-bedroom facility that provides a homelike environment throughout the journey of illness, death and grief. It will help people who are dying have peace, comfort and dignity. It will support people of all ages in Asphodel-Norwood Township and surrounding areas.
3rd Annual Show and Shine for Classic Cars and Motorcycles on Sunday August 25, 2019
**Donations taken at the entry gate**
Music, Food, 50/50 draw, prizes and lots of beautiful cars and bikes
At the Norwood Arena Parking lotPlease enter on Alma Street9 a.m. to 3 p.m.All proceeds go to Hospice NorwoodThis is a rain or shine event
Saturday September 21, 2019 - Doors open at 6:30, Show at 7:00, at the Norwood Town Hall
Tickets on sale at Norwood Centennial Pharmacy and the Norwood Home Hardware $12.50 each - Limited tickets available! 50/50 draw! Featuring the Norwood Lions, vocalist Kent Hodkin, Fiddler Irish Millie, Piano player Mike Towns, Lynn and Megan Wilson, Bruce Brett, Alyssa Morrison And the Baily Baptie School Dancers.
Make a donation.
Support our special events.
Host an event to raise funds and community awareness.
Become a Hospice volunteer by working on the front line.
Encourage existing organizations, businesses and services clubs to donate and fundraise.
Simply share this exciting information about Hospice Norwood to other community members.
A community-based residential Hospice is different than care in a hospital.
A Hospice facility provides compassionate family-centred end-of-life care with expert medical attention, emotional comfort, spiritual support and pain management 24 hours a day by highly qualified health care professionals and trained volunteers at no cost.
The main objective of Hospice care is helping patients and family focus on what matters most.
For many, it will provide support to and relieve family and friends from caregiving to spending quality time with their loved one.
or to make a donation please contact one of the Director Members:
Doug Pearcy (705) 639-5510
Laurie Inglis (705) 696-1183
Brenda Webb (705) 639-5733
Jan Darling (705) 639-1726
Rose Millett (705) 639-2431
4219 Hwy 7, Box 218