Service Region

Cathy Samuelson, Executive Director

  • Evergreen Hospice

    Evergreen provides community based supportive services to individuals and their families in Markham, Stouffville and Thornhill, who are living with a life-threatening illness or living with the death of a loved one.
    Evergreen
  • Hazel Burns Hospice

    Hazel Burns Hospice is a community, volunteer-based charitable organization providing in-home, compassionate care for people coping with a life-limiting illness.
    Hazel Burns Hospice
  • Hope House Hospice

    Hope House Community Hospice is a volunteer-driven community agency offering specialized services and support to those diagnosed with life-threatening illness, the people who care for them, and those who are bereaved. The generous support of our donors and community partners allow us to offer all of our programs free of charge. As part of the "continuum of care", we work closely with care coordinators, nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals.
    Hope House Community Hospice
  • Hospice Vaughan

    Our mission is to help people with life-limiting illnesses live fully in comfort and with dignity until they die, while providing support for families, friends, and caregivers.
    Hospice Vaughan
  • LOFT Community Services

    To help people achieve their optimal health and well-being in the community, LOFT offers unwavering support and hope.
    LOST Community Services
  • Lumacare

    Lumacare enhances, engages, and empowers the members of our diverse community by providing equitable, accessible and high quality services.
    Luma Care
  • March of Dimes Canada

    To maximize the independence, personal empowerment and community participation of people with disabilities.
    March of Dimes Canada
  • North York Seniors Centre

    North York Seniors Centre provides programs and services to promote the physical, emotional and social well-being of adults aged 55 years and older, living in our diverse community.
    North York Seniors Centre
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