Handbook for Supporters: Extending Compassion and Care to Grieving Youth is now available in French

  THANKS to the Community Foundation of Mississauga – Pendle Fund the Handbook for Supporters: Extending Compassion and Care to Grieving Youth originally launched in 2018 is now available in French. This handbook, and the other resources created by the Children and Youth Grief Network (CYGN) and it’s many partners, was created to build the confidence and…

Camp Erin® have been blessed with the support of over 29,229 awesome volunteers

Since Camp Erin® started until 2020 they have been blessed with the support of over 29,229 awesome volunteers. Each one of these volunteers has contributed to giving 32,122 Campers an incredible camp experience. The Camp Erin® Toronto volunteer application has been launch and we are looking for compassionate and energetic volunteers to support our first ever overnight…

Grief Stories Overview

Grief Stories is a charitable organization with a virtual platform created by professional filmmakers and vetted by health care experts. Privately accessible anywhere anytime, this library is a community health resource for people facing grief and loneliness. We passionately believe in the strength of stories and insights to help people with their grief. Mission statement……

2020 Annual General Meeting

Heart House Hospice hosted its virtual Annual General Meeting on September 21, 2020 for the year April 1st 2019 to March 31, 2020. The Annual Report (2019-2020) and Audited Financial Statements for the year ending March 31, 2020 can be viewed and downloaded below: Download the Annual Report 2019-2020 Download the Audited Financial Statements 2019-2020…

Hidden: Stories of Young Carers

Come learn the incredible stories of two of young carers named Isaac and Aryan. Heart House Hospice has the honor of supporting young carers. Young Carers are defined as any young person caring for a family member who has a life-threatening or chronic illness, a disability, is experiencing mental illness, or has a language barrier.…