The Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre Foundation invites you to “Save the Date” for the highly anticipated return of Handbags for Hospice!
Mark your calendars and get ready for an unforgettable evening on Thursday, April 4, 2024, as Handbags for Hospice makes its grand return to the Best Western Inn and Convention Centre.
We are delighted to welcome back community leaders, Signature Sponsor Tony Pulla of Re/Max Lakeshore Realty, and Pearl Sponsor Jacqueline Pennington of Re/Max Hallmark. Their unwavering support is invaluable, and we are grateful for their continued commitment!
The 5th Annual Handbags for Hospice event is set to be an extraordinary night – prepare for an evening filled with a vast selection of glamorous handbags and other exquisite items and experiences. The event will feature both live and silent auctions, delectable hors d’oeuvres, and exciting surprises yet to be announced!
Tickets for this year’s must-attend event are priced at $100 and will be available for purchase starting February 4, 2024. Stay tuned for further details on where and how to secure your spot at this spectacular gathering!
Hosted by the Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre Foundation, the foundation’s purpose is to raise funds to support hospice service programs in our community including the Palliative Care Community Team and Visiting Hospice, in partnership with the 24/7 end-of-life care and support provided at Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre, all offered at no cost to families.
For those interested in sponsoring the event or making a donation, please reach out to the Donor Relations office at 905-885-0466.
Save the date, mark your calendars, and be part of the magic as Handbags for Hospice returns on April 4, 2024, at the Best Western Inn & Convention Centre. Stay tuned for ticket details and get ready for an evening of glamour, generosity, and community spirit!
Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is a multi-service community support organization in Northumberland County. Through the creation, coordination, and delivery of nutrition,
transportation, wellness, in-home and hospice services, CCN improves the health and wellbeing of our clients. Our programs and services improve the quality of life of seniors, adults with
disabilities, those recovering from illness or injury, and hospice clients and their loved ones and caregivers, allowing them to remain in their own homes and communities. www.commcare.ca
Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre is a hospice centre in Hamilton Township that opened in the fall of 2020. The Centre provides a comfortable setting to receive palliative support from early family engagement and beyond at no cost to hospice clients and their families. An integral service of Community Care Northumberland, Ed’s House acts as a centralized ‘hub’ for CCN’s interdisciplinary hospice services team by providing caregiver support, palliative outreach and education, health system navigation and grief and bereavement support in addition to resident hospice care. www.edshouse.northumberlandhospice.ca