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Monthly Giving

Before coming to the Hospice I was pretty well in bed all the time. I would get dizzy. I had fallen a couple of times and I was afraid to fall again. I had some help at home but I hadn’t had a decent shower in a few weeks. My first day at the Hospice one of the personal support workers told me she would get me up using a bath chair in the shower. I have to tell you, it felt wonderful having that shower and the chair helped me. It felt solid and I was able to sit well - it didn’t wobble and I wasn’t afraid of falling. After that experience I started getting up every day."

Earl, a patient at Carefor Cornwall Hospice who benefited from equipment funded by OutCare donors

The OutCare Foundation's monthly giving program allows you to spread your donation out over the year. It provides a dependable base of support in order to invest in long-term palliative care projects in our community. It helps to fund equipment such as the lifts that helped Earl to get back up out of bed.

The Benefits of our Monthly Giving Program:

  • Affordable and Flexible - Monthly giving helps you manage your donations budget. You can change your giving at any time.
  • Convenient - You only have to set it up once. Your donation is automatically processed each month on the day that is most convenient for you.
  • Effective - You are providing a dependable source of income to support the needs of palliative care in our community

"Just to know that the OutCare Foundation is working so hard to provide for people and their families is very comforting.” – Shirley - a monthly donor

To set-up your monthly donation or to learn more, please call the office at 613-232-2273 or complete the following form.

Why Donate?

Donate to support palliative care across Eastern Ontario.

Donate to ensure palliative care is there you when need it.

Donate because it matters!


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Did You Know?

An estimated 90% of us will need palliative care.

Only an estimated 30% of those who need palliative care can access it.

Most of us wish to die in home yet at least 50% of deaths still occur in hospitals.

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