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Our Wish List - Your Donation

This project has direct costs associated with purchasing refreshments, supplies (e.g. candles, Kleenex, journals, craft items for creating legacy projects) - this is how your donation will help.  Our facilitators volunteer their time and we seek to secure a venue that offers space free of charge for holding the sessions.  Should we not be able to secure donated space, a portion of the money may also be used to offset space rental costs.

 

In Kind Donation - New still in packaging welcomed for:

  • Candles

  • Beading and Jewelry Making Supplies

  • Catering Items for Table Setting   

  • Gift Cards for Refreshment Purchases

Hospice Oriella

One in Four! 

That’s the number of parents, who, after hearing “you are pregnant” will not bring a baby home from the hospital.  Home Hospice Association and it's Chapter Partners facilitate a six-week progressive healing group, free to participants, that provides a unique and vital form of support while building community among parents grieving a loss.   

 

This program is important; one in four women experience a devastating loss and find few places (if any) to be able to talk about it. There’s also a 25% chance that the person reading this application is glad to know about this program or knows someone who would be.  

In Great Company

Join our growing team of supporters

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How You Can Help
  1. Purchase your next book(s) at Indigo and they will make a donation to Our Babies, Our Grief Click Here 

  2. Make a secure credit card donation through Canada Helps 

  3. Send an e-transfer to funds@homehospiceassociation.com *put in the notes / message section "For Our Babies, Our Grief" and include your first; last name and email address

  4. Email info@homehospiceassociation.com if you have an in-kind donation or wish to speak further about how to help.

Heart and Hope:  Read about one couple's loss and how they supported Our Babies, Our Grief in honour of their son who lived for 27 minutes.