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Hope and Healing Through Connection

DHH is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing quality of life through the provision of non-medical support for those affected by or caring for an individual with a life-threatening illness, as well as bereavement support.

Financial Contributions

Doane House Hospice raises funds through a variety of ways  in order to provide free programs and services to individuals living with life-threatening illnesses and their families.  As a not-for-profit organization, Doane House Hospice relies on the generosity and support of people throughout the community to fund 80% of its annual  costs. Your financial contributions provide vital support for services that are not funded through other sources. Doane House Hospice values every dollar donated, thank you!

Doane House Hospice receives 20% of it's annual budget through Government funding. The Local Health Integrated Network (Central LHIN) through Palcare Network for York Region, purchases hospice services for the residents of North Aurora, Newmarket, Bradford and East Gwillimbury.


Donating Options

It’s so easy to donate...

  • Cheques can be made payable to Doane House Hospice and mailed to 17100 Yonge Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8V3.
  • Select our printable donation form that can be mailed or faxed to (905) 967-0593.
  • Call (905) 967-0259, ext. 101, to make a credit card donation (Visa, Mastercard).
  • Donate on-line – Make a secure on-line donation to Doane House Hospice by clicking the PayPal button below.
  • Charitable Registration Number: 14033 7437 RR0001

Send questions or comments to Juliet Irish at 905-967-0259 ext. 102 or email at info@doanehospice.org.

 


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Help sustain the Art Therapy program by purchasing prints of some of the art created by the clients.

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Art Therapy Program

Art Therapy is a different approach to traditional talk therapy, where participants can use the art process to express thoughts and feelings they may not know how to otherwise express.