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Delta Hospice Society
The Delta Hospice Society is a non-profit charitable organization incorporated in 1991 in Delta, British Columbia. We are a community-based organization that exists to help ind...
4631 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Delta, British Columbia
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Causes we care about

  • Family Care

  • Health & Well-being

  • Mental Health

Social Mission
People living with a life-threatening illness, end of life and loss, have comfort and quality care, at a cost that demonstrates good stewardship of resources. Children’s and Teen’s support services provide counselling specialists to meet their unique needs.
We empower and support families and caregivers to help those who are bereaved go on living with quality of life.
Stories of our community involvement
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CHILDREN AND TEENS GRIEVE TOO! Please vote by clicking on any of the 3 icons (flag, happy face, or heart) to help Delta Hospice Society get a grant for children and teens supportive care programs.
https://volinspire.com/post/11063
CHILDREN AND TEENS GRIEVE TOO! Please vote by clicking on any of the 3 icons (flag, happy face, or heart) to help Delta Hospice Society get a grant for children and teens supportive care programs.
The Delta Hospice Society has been supported financially and in-kind by the Delta Firefighters Charitable Association. Here they are honouring Nurse's Week with some of our fabulous nurses at Irene Thomas Hospice.
Vote now for Delta Hospice Society by selecting an emoji below! Winning the $50,000 SimpleGenerosity grant from Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union will help support Delta Hospice Society’s Enhanced Children and Teen Support Program. Children and teens grieve too - the funds would allow for a registered clinical counsellor position to support the community of Delta when a death has occurred. The impact of death affects the whole community including children, youth, parents, family members, colleagues, school teachers, administrators and counsellors, church communities and friends. With the drug overdose deaths increasing and sudden deaths including suicide, the schools desperately need additional resources with expertise in grief and loss. Teens often feel like they are the only one, no one understands what they are going through and it isn't something they can talk to their friends about. The Hospice strives to create a compassionate community through partnerships and creativity to reach out and support the entire community of North and South Delta. Thank you for helping us celebrate Canada150 and strengthening our communities with SimpleGenerosity!
4631 Clarence Taylor Crescent
Delta, British Columbia
V4K 4L8
Causes we care about

  • Family Care

  • Health & Well-being

  • Mental Health

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