Respect, comfort, and compassion in life’s final journey

We empower, educate and support people with a life-limiting illness including those who are affected by and caring for their loved ones.

Volunteers are an essential part of our team. 

Hospice relies on the support of caring and compassionate individuals to help ensure our residents and their families receive the utmost level of care.

We offer a comprehensive training program to ensure that volunteers are fully prepared for their role in our organization. 

04 March 2024

Hospice at Home Focus Group: Family Members

Date: March 4th Time: 03:00 pm For: Family members of a person who has died an expected death in the ...

3:00 pm
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11 May 2024

Hike for Hospice: NOHS 40th anniversary Hike for Hospice 80’s Theme

Date: Saturday, May 11th Registration: 9:00am – 11:00am Pancake Breakfast: 9:00am – 10:30am 2km Hike Kick Off: 11:00am Location: DND Grounds, ...

9:00 am - 1:00 pm
DND Grounds, Vernon, BC
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NOHS 40th anniversary Hike for Hospice

NOHS 40th anniversary Hike for Hospice

Are you ready for #Hike4Hospice? Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 11th! This year, our Hike For Hospice fundraising event will be held the DND Grounds, 1451 Mission Road in Vernon, BC. Pre-registration opens soon. We can't wait to see you there!

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Stories

Walter and Trudy Feller

Walter and Trudy Feller

Although they were both born and raised in Switzerland, Walter and Trudy first knew each other as young adults in Vancouver and married there in 1965. Walter was a mechanical engineer whose work, although based out of Vancouver, took him overseas and to the States,...

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Your gift could pay for 1 hour of basic nursing care for someone living with a life-limiting illness in Hospice.

Your gift will pay for 1 hour of specialized palliative registered nursing care for clients in Hospice who needs help managing their pain and symptoms.

You gift will pay for 3 days of freshly made meals specifically catered to the meet the needs of our palliative clients at Hospice.

Whatever you give, your kind donation means more people with life-limiting illness and their families can get expert care and support.

Your kind regular gift will help provide much-needed support for someone living with a life-limiting illness and their family.

Over the course of a year, your kind gift will provide for 5 hours of critical one-to-one grief counselling for those who people needing support following the death of their loved one.

Every month, your generous gift will pay for a vital hour of nursing care for someone living with a life-limiting illness at Hospice.

Whatever you give, your kind donation means more people with life-limiting illness and their families can get expert care and support.