A traditional mandala is a symbol representing a circle or wholeness, a symbol of divine energy, and a symbol of the universe.
With no two Mandala's alike our Mandala has special meaning to us and all that we do

For Hospice Toronto our mandala represents the Circle of life and death, the Community in which we live and work as well as our Connection to each other as people.
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Adding Life to Days...

Started 25 years ago, Hospice Toronto is Toronto’s first volunteer and community-based, not for profit, in-home hospice palliative care program.

Since 1988, Hospice Toronto has served 8,395 clients (directly impacting the lives of over 40,000 people). By providing and advancing compassionate care and leadership in the volunteer-based, home hospice community, Hospice Toronto has become a recognized leader in providing high-quality, hospice care and support for people through all phases of their life-threatening illness, and their loved ones, at no charge.

We support Adding Life to Days through our In Home, Bereavement and Children's Support Programs; Expressive Arts Therapy; Young Carers Program; and Advocacy & Consultation.

Holiday Closure

Our office will be closed on Monday, May 23 for Victoria Day. If you are a current Hospice Toronto client or volunteer and you require assistance during the holiday closure period, you are welcome to reach a Client Service Coordinator at 416-779-2111; calls are typically returned within one hour or on a first come, first serve basis.


Special Notice: Click here for more information on caution against invalid/fraudulent international offers of employment or training opportunities for fee

Client Feature:
Christina's Story

Temporary obstruction to pedestrian walkway in front of building

Please note that due to the construction along Eglinton Ave, access to the walkway in front of 55 Eglinton Ave East may be temporarily obstructed periodically. Click here for more details.

Hospice Toronto gratefully receives funding from the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). The views expressed on this website are the views of Hospice Toronto and do not necessarily reflect those of the Toronto Central LHIN or the Government of Ontario.


In Home Support

Young Carers Program

Kit for Kids

Bereavement Support

Advocacy & Consultation

Expressive Arts Therapy

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Contact: 55 Eglinton Ave East, Suite 502 Toronto, ON M4P 1G8 (416) 364-1666 email:
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