Home Hospice Association - National Capital Region 

Great Things are Happening with our Community Collaboration

February 2020:  Launched program planning for Pet Lovers Death Cafes

January 2020:  Entered into Partnership with Ottawa Public Library to be their programming facilitators for Death Cafes

​​​​April 2019: Board education session 

March 2019: Death Cafe held at Ottawa Public Library (Emerald Plaza branch)

February 2019: Death Cafe held at Ottawa Public Library (Emerald Plaza branch)

February 2019:  A "Meet Us" event held at MacDonald-Cartier Academy, Ottawa

October 2018:  Participated in our first Annual Moonlit Memory Walk

October 2018:  Information display at Butterfly Run Ottawa/Gatineau

August 2018: Founding Board Retreat

Members of the HHA-NCR Region Board

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How We Ensure Care is available when cure is no longer possible

As a pillar in the dying community within the National Capital Region, our vision is to engage with and enrich peoples’ lives. 

We believe in exploring and respecting choices, and in providing the dying and their loved ones a supportive, compassionate environment throughout life-limiting illness, death and bereavement.

How You Can Help Your Community and Our Chapter

A special thank you to our Volunteers

Join a Team ~ Lead a Team ~ Advance Your Career

Whether your time availability is one hour a day, week or month; your talents can make a difference in the success of Home Hospice Association and the communities we serve. 

 

Most of us do not think that our talents have a far reaching benefit, because they seem to be things that come so naturally to us! 

 

Those talents, however, can make a project, program or a fundraising experience, one that leads to long term sustainability and support.

Learn More And Complete An Application To Volunteer

Support Financially or Become a Partner in Community 

HHA - National Capital Region supports our charitable missions by developing partnerships with those charities and municipal branches that have recognized gaps in end of life care and a passion for leading their community in filling those gaps.  

Local individuals, business and other funders make our work in offering care when cure is no longer possible a success. 

  • Remember the life of your loved one 

  • Walk in their memory

  • Invite others to join and  share in this collective healing

  • Raise money to ensure care is there when cure is no longer possible 

  • Visit our Website

 

Moonlit Memory Walk ~ October 1, 2020 

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