Overview

It takes many helping hands and significant community support to ensure that Hospice programs and services are offered free of charge and are able to touch the lives of hundreds of individuals every year. Programs are not operationally funded by government and each year we must raise approximately $200,000 to continue to offer our community this important support. The Hospice Society holds several fundraising, friend raising and public education events each year as one way to build support and awareness in the community.

Working towards a goal.
As a registered charity we rely on support from individuals, service clubs, businesses, foundations and churches to meet our annual operating budget. With a vision to one day have a free-standing residential hospice for Colchester East Hants residents, we must continue grow our community support. 100% of the funds raised by Hospice stays right here in our communities, helping your friends and neighbors during difficult and emotional times.

Honour someone through a commemorative donation.
Whenever you want to say thank you, congratulations, or I’ll never forget you, pay tribute to someone special by making a donation to hospice. It is a unique way to honour a friend’s memory, birthday, wedding, anniversary, retirement or other special event. We will send a card on your behalf acknowledging your donation and you will receive a tax receipt. You can use the Memorial Donation form to mail in your donation.

Give your ongoing support.
Making monthly or annual donations helps to ensure our organization has stability and strength to continue offering support to families at end of life. Secure on-line donations can be made through our partner Canada Helps, or you can print the Donation form to mail in your donation.

Make a planned gift.
Leaving a gift to the charity of your choice in your will can be very significant to the receiving charity while giving your estate incredible tax savings. Other gifts that result in significant tax savings include: trusts, life insurance policies, real estate, stocks or securities. Below you will find some general information on planned giving. Talk to your financial advisor or lawyer for more information.

Donate a gift in-kind.
Do you have an item or service to donate that would benefit hospice? This website, for example, is a gift in-kind from Densmore’s Video. Perhaps you have caregiving or medical supplies, books, airmiles or items that could be auctioned at a special event. Contact the Hospice office to discuss your gift in-kind.

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Thank you to Tatamagouche Foodland, C.G.Fulton Pharmacy, and Scotiabank Tatamagouche for supporting the Colchester East Hants Hospice! A special thank you to the people of Tatamagouche for supporting the BBQ and Bake Sale! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bill C-277 - an Act providing for the development of a framework on palliative care in Canada - has passed in the Senate. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to my colleague Marilyn Gladu, MP for Sarnia Lambton and Vice-Chair of the Standing Committee on Health, on the passage of her Bill C-277 through the Senate of Canada. The Bill provide...

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The Angel’s Remembered Tree in Elmsdale at the Lloyd E Matheson Centre. ... See MoreSee Less

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Colchester East Hants Hospice Society shared Hospice Bucket List 50/50's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Rollover Week! The winning number - #104 - was not played this week. Next Draw: Wednesday December 13th 2017. Estimated Prize: $140.00. Learn more by visiting our website: cehhospice.org/2017/...

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The Angels Remembered Tree is up at the Hospice Centre - 89 Queen Street. Please feel free to drop in to place an Angel on the tree in memory of a loved one.

A special thank you to Treeland Christmas Tree Farm for our beautiful Tree!
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The Angel’s Remembered Tree in Elmsdale at the Lloyd E Matheson Centre.

The Angels Remembered Tree is up at the Hospice Centre - 89 Queen Street. Please feel free to drop in to place an Angel on the tree in memory of a loved one. A special thank you to Treeland Christmas Tree Farm for our beautiful Tree! @DowntownTruro

We’re all set for Angel’s Rembered at @TruroMall! Our volunteers will be on site starting at noon today. #trurobuzz #trurons #novascotua

.@trurodaily: The Colchester East-Hants Hospice Society has partnered with Dalhousie University to bring a new program to the Truro area that will help those dealing with chronic illnesses navigate community services and resources. https://t.co/V6TuBt2deW #NovaScotia #TruroBuzz

Our team is excited that @hospice_ceh is launching the N-CARE program to support adults in the #Truro area who are living at home with serious illness. https://t.co/7BIB2GAUeH

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Upcoming Events

Dec
4
Mon
all-day Angels Remembered – Truro Mall @ Truro Mall
Angels Remembered – Truro Mall @ Truro Mall
Dec 4 – Dec 22 all-day
Angels Remembered - Truro Mall @ Truro Mall | Truro | Nova Scotia | Canada
Angels Remembered is a Colchester East Hants Hospice program tradition that has been taking place since the early 2000’s and has expanded from Truro to include Tatamagouche, Masstown and Elmsdale. It is a popular event in[...]
Dec
8
Fri
all-day Angels Remembered – Masstown Market @ Masstown Market
Angels Remembered – Masstown Market @ Masstown Market
Dec 8 – Dec 22 all-day
Angels Remembered - Masstown Market @ Masstown Market | Debert | Nova Scotia | Canada
Angels Remembered is a Colchester East Hants Hospice program tradition that has been taking place since the early 2000’s and has expanded from Truro to include Tatamagouche, Masstown and Elmsdale. It is a popular event in[...]
Dec
14
Thu
6:30 pm Hospice Social Club – Christmas ... @ Colchester East Hants Hospice
Hospice Social Club – Christmas ... @ Colchester East Hants Hospice
Dec 14 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Hospice Social Club - Christmas Cookie Swap @ Colchester East Hants Hospice | Truro | Nova Scotia | Canada
Hospice Social Club Hospice recognizes the mental and physical benefits of getting out of the house and coming together in the community. There are an abundance of groups, activities and events already happening in our[...]