Close to Home Campaign for Hospice and End-of-Life Care
St. Paul’s Hospital and Foundation have a bold and comprehensive vision for end-of-life care in Saskatoon. The $20 million Close to Home campaign supports the growth of the entire end-of-life care community to ensure your loved ones get the care they need, when they need it, now and into the future. Help us build Saskatoon’s first free-standing hospice and dramatically improve end-of-life experiences for you and your loved ones by supporting the Close to Home campaign. Learn more about campaign priorities.
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Hospice at Glengarda Sod Turning (l-r) Karen Barber, St. Paul’s Hospital Executive Director; Sharon Garratt, Saskatchewan Health Authority Vice-President Integrated Urban Health; David Patola, Emmanuel Health Board Chair; Leslie and Irene Dubé; Bishop Mark Hagemoen; David Buckingham, MLA for Saskatoon-Westview; Neil Weber, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation Board Chair
COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER TO SUPPORT LOCAL HOSPICE
(June 18th, 2019—Saskatoon)—St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation announced an exciting $1 million gift to the Close to Home Campaign for Hospice and End-of-life Care from philanthropist Robert Steane.
Sod Turning Heralds Start of Construction for New Hospice in Saskatoon
Excitement was high today as community gathered to witness the ceremonial sod-turning to mark the start of construction for The Hospice at Glengarda, Saskatchewan’s first free-standing residential hospice...
Local Philanthropists Give Significant Donation to Support Hospice and Palliative Care in Saskatoon
St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation announced a significant $700,000 gift to the Close to Home Campaign for Hospice and End-of-life Care from the Campaign’s Honourary Co-Chairs Gene and Adele Dupuis...
$20M Campaign to Build Saskatoon's First Hospice Has Impressive Start With $6M Anonymous Donation
St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation launched its new Close to Home Campaign for Hospice and End-of-life Care today...