Chatham-Kent Hospice hires full-time Executive Director

After an extensive recruitment process the Chatham-Kent Hospice Board of Directors is pleased to announce Jessica Smith as the full-time Executive Director commencing July 22, 2024. “Jessica, through the cooperation of St. Andrew’s Residence has been providing Executive Director services for Hospice since its inception and now with this appointment, she will be solely dedicated to leading our organization into …

CK Hospice and Chatham-Kent EMS help families make Lasting Memories

In a joint initiative, a group of local paramedics from Chatham-Kent EMS and the team at Hospice are partnering to create the Lasting Memories Program, escorting palliative patients on one end-of-life journey of their wish. “We want to help families create a wonderful memory to carry with them throughout their final days together. One last visit to the farm, ride …

Battery Boy Presents the 8th Annual Hike for Hospice

Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation invites you to lace up your shoes and join us as we Hike for Hospice to raise funds to support end-of-life Hospice care in Chatham-Kent. Presented by Title Sponsor Battery Boy, registration is now open for the eighth annual event that takes place Sunday, May 5, 2024 at Mud Creek Trail in Chatham. Hike for Hospice welcomes …

Hospice Benefits From Generous Howard J. Rees Foundation Legacy Donation

The Chatham-Kent Hospice is one of several local community organizations to receive a very generous “legacy” donation from the Howard J Rees Foundation. The incredible $100,000 gift is one of many ways the Rees Foundation has supported Hospice since its inception.   Hospice Foundation Executive Director Jodi Maroney said the ongoing support from the Rees Foundation has made a substantial …

Join the Hospice Board of Directors

YOU can help shape the future of compassionate, end-of-life Hospice care in Chatham-Kent. Join the Chatham-Kent Hospice Board of Directors as a volunteer board member or committee member. CLICK HERE for an application form to join the Hospice Board or to become a committee member today. Building a diverse and inclusive team is important to us and therefore candidates from …

Chatham-Kent Hospice Recruiting Executive Director

Executive Director – Chatham-Kent Hospice   Hospice Palliative Care is a philosophy of care that focuses on comfort, quality of life, and supporting the precious moments families share with their loved ones during their final days together. Hospice care is about helping our residents live each day with dignity and honour by providing compassionate, end-of-life care in a home-like setting.  …

Cornhole For Hospice Raises $33,500!

Inaugural Cornhole for Hospice Scores $33,500 for Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation CHATHAM, ON – The Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation hosted their first Cornhole for Hospice fundraiser on Saturday, March 2, and raised $33,500 for hospice care in Chatham-Kent. The event, presented by title sponsor Glenn Seeds Ltd., welcomed players of all abilities to the Everest Convention Centre for a day of friendly …

Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation Launches Inaugural Cornhole for Hospice Fundraiser

Photo: Darryl Lucio and Brett Castein of CK Dirty Birds Cornhole League and Katherine Stinson, Special Events Coordinator with Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation.  CHATHAM, ON – Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation is excited to announce the addition of Cornhole for Hospice to its 2024 calendar of events. Taking place Saturday, March 2, 2024 at the Everest Convention Centre in Chatham, Cornhole for Hospice …

Hospice Benefits from a History of Giving

The James A. Beattie Foundation recently made a generous donation of $50,000 to support the Chatham-Kent Hospice. This gift is one of many the Beattie Foundation has donated over the years as a result of the efforts of two brothers – James (Jim) and Jack Beattie from Middlesex County. The brothers made their fortune in the crude oil industry and …

Join our Supportive Care team!

We are looking to enhance supports for those grieving in our community. Our newly expanded Supportive Care Team is seeking caring, collaborative social workers to fill three new roles. Aside from helping families in one of the most vulnerable times of their life, the personal benefits of these roles include: Salary Range: $73,000 – $85,000, based on qualifications and years …