The Revelstoke Hospice Society understands that from the time of a terminal illness diagnosis, clients and their families are on a journey. We are here to walk with you on this very personal journey. Hospice is not just a place but also a concept. The focus is on caring, not curing; on life, not death. Quality of life, family wellness, community involvement and personal dignity are all part of the compassion and progressive vision of hospice care.
Our volunteers are caring, sensitive people who have been successfully screened and have completed specialized training. They know how to listen without judgement and without giving advice. They respect your need for confidentiality and honour all religious and/or spiritual beliefs without imposing their personal values.
Do you have the heart for volunteering? Do you feel called to bring comfort to others in their time of need? Do you have an hour or so each week to do something meaningful? We are looking for committed and caring community members to help us do the work of Hospice. Training will take place […]
A 21 hour Palliative/Pals training session was held in March, 2015. Six participants successfully completed the training and are currently visiting Pals/Palliative clients in the community. Additional training may be held in the spring of 2016, depending on the requirements and recruitment of new volunteers.
The Revelstoke Hospice Society will be holding its annual “Hike for Hospice” on Sunday, May 1st, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. This walk will be led by Cathy English, Curator of the Revelstoke Museum & Archives who will do a Heritage Court House Walk. Please meet at the Museum located at 315 First Street […]
The Revelstoke Hospice Society will be holding our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the MacPherson Room at the Revelstoke Community Center. One way to support the Revelstoke Hospice Society is to become a volunteer Board Member. The Board holds a two hour meeting once a month, excluding the […]
Special Thanks to David Rooney who always supports non-profit organizations in Revelstoke. By David F. Rooney on the Revelstoke Current Every year Revelstokians gather at Queen Elizabeth Park to share the burden of their private grief during a few moments in quiet prayer and companionship. It’s a poignant moment that helps those of us who […]