Hospice Halifax: Solar Panel Pilot Program Successful Applicant

Hospice Halifax has been chosen as one of 18 successful applicants under the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, receiving a 0.26 kilowatt rate for a solar array that will be mounted to the new residential hospice roof. The solar panel system will use high performance monocrystalline cell technology to generate energy for the… Read More

Hats Off to You: a $34,000 Thank You!

Together with Hats Off for Hospice partners Shannex, CIBC Wood Gundy, Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Gaming Corporation, and the evening’s guests, on October 19, 2017 we raised $34,000 in net proceeds toward developing Halifax’s first residential hospice! Thank you! Mirror Image Media and Shelly Slaunwhite Photography captured the evening’s glow and activity perfectly.

OPINION: Building a hospice for Halifax — a modern-day barn-raising

Originally published in The Chronicle Herald By Gina Brown, Chair, Hospice Halifax Communications Committee October 17, 2017 When Nova Scotians identify a need for the good of all in the community, there’s a long and proud tradition of working together to get the job done. That’s the case with Halifax’s first residential hospice, where a… Read More

Hospice Halifax Construction Underway

For immediate release Hospice Halifax Construction Underway October 16, 2017 (Halifax) – Construction of Halifax’s first purpose-built facility to provide end-of-life care and family support is now underway with an anticipated fall 2018 opening for Hospice Halifax. Hospice Halifax board chair Dr. Jane Henderson said, “After years of planning and months of site preparation, it… Read More

Hospice Halifax Shares Updated Plans

For immediate release Hospice Halifax Shares Updated Plans with the Community January 17, 2017 (Halifax) – Board members, staff and volunteers of Hospice Halifax shared updated draft design concepts for Halifax’s first hospice being created to provide end-of-life care and family support. Neighbours, supporters and other interested community members learned more about the proposed plans at a community… Read More