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A compassionate community providing hope, care and unconditional support.

Since 2005 St. Joseph's Hospice has been serving the community as a Resource Centre for terminally ill people as they face their illnesses and support programs for people who are caring for or grieving the loss of a loved one.

What is Hospice Care?

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ROTARY CLUB OF SARNIA CONTINUE TO SUPPORT HOSPICE

On October 21, 2022, Rotary Club of Sarnia presented St. Joseph’s Hospice with a $10,500 cheque! The cheque was provided by The Rotary Club of Sarnia “Action Grant.” The Action Grant was made in honour of the Shetty Family, who have consistently worked to benefit Rotary Charitable Projects. This generous gift has allowed us to purchase a new bath and shower lift for our spa, as seen in the photo, for the residents we serve. Our current bath and shower lift was purchased in 2009 when the residence was originally built.

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SARNIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY HELPS HOSPICE GROW

On Thursday, November 17, the Sarnia Horticultural Society presented St. Joseph’s Hospice with a $500 cheque. The funds from this donation will be directed towards our Gardening Fund here at Hospice that will allow our Volunteer Gardening Team to keep our gardens in pristine condition for our residents and their families. Here at Hospice we are fortunate to have many beautiful gardens that are tended to by a very dedicated volunteer team, that help make Hospice feel like home for those in our care.

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DEAN HOLTZ PHOTOGRAPHY CONTINUES TO SUPPORT HOSPICE

On November 10, 2022, Dean Holtz of Dean Holtz Photography presented St. Joseph’s Hospice with a cheque in the amount of $2,823.87.

We are so incredibly thankful for Dean’s continued support of St. Joseph’s Hospice and those we serve. It is because of generous donations like this, that we are able to offer our services free of charge to the Sarnia Lambton Community.

Thank you for your generosity, Dean!

In photo, from left to right: Dean Holtz, Dean Holtz Photography and Maria Muscedere, Director of Fund Development and Community Relations, St. Joseph’s Hospice

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UNIFOR LOCAL 848 GIVES TO ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPICE

On October 27, 2022, Unifor Local 848 presented St. Joseph’s Hospice with a cheque for $1,200. We are so thankful for Unifor Local 848 generosity and choosing to support St. Joseph’s Hospice. It is because of generous donations from our community that we are able to continue to provide end-of-life and palliative care in our community, free of charge to our community members. Thank you Unifor Local 848!

In photo from left to right, are: Marie Oliveira, Donations Coordinator, St. Joseph’s Hospice; John Fraser, Unifor Local 848; Chelsea Jennings, Unifor Local 848.

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SARNIA GOLF & CURLING CLUB CHARITY PRO AM ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS

The Sarnia Golf and Curling Club Charity Pro-Am was able to return for its full event this year after the many pandemic restrictions that we faced over the last couple of years. During these continued times of uncertainty, we have been comforted, encouraged and humbled by the ongoing support of the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club and their Charity Pro Am Committee.

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Hospice Night at the Legionnaires Games

November 3, 10, 17, 24 at 7:10 p.m. at the Pat Stapleton Arena. Tickets are $8 when purchased at St. Joseph's Hospice (475 Christina St. N).
*One ticket is valid for any ONE Thursday Night Game*

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Compassion

Hospice Heart Stories

Home Away From Home

My Dad, Ken, was sent to St. Joseph's Hospice on Saturday, January 15, 2021. The moment he got there, the nurses and PSW’s treated him with such kindness. Rachael and Sisto went above and beyond to get him anything he needed. Spoiling him with ice cream, bringing us tea and coffee, their humour alone made us smile and relax. I can not express enough how much we appreciated Sisto with each passing day. My Dad said, this is a home away from home and he was so thankful to be there. Sadly, Dad passed away on January 19. We had hoped for more time as I’m sure all do.

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Precious Memories

August 10, 2021 - It has been a month today since my father passed away at Hospice. He had an incredible 12 weeks there, and although the pain of losing my dad is fresh, the grief shifts to gratitude as a result of the experience that we all got to have as a result of his stay there. The care he received was incredible. The staff treated my dad "Bob" with such dignity, compassion, and much appreciated humour, which my dad loved. Dr. Lilly and the staff were able to help make my dad comfortable, and we were given the opportunity to have such quality time with him, where precious memories were made.

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Diane and Ruth's Story

There are simply no words to convey my thanks for your care, compassion, and kindness during my sister, Ruth Brown’s, stay at St. Joseph’s Hospice.  When it became apparent that her needs could no longer be met in her home, Dr. Kim asked her where she would like to go…. And her answer was, “I hear the Hospice is a very nice place.”  From the moment of our arrival I knew that her answer to Dr. Kim’s question was an understatement indeed!

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