Adding Life to Days…
Started 30 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 11,811 clients. 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.
What’s New & Upcoming Events
Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, October 20th, 2019
Every Step Helps Young Carers and Their Families across Toronto!
We all know a young carer who is helping support a loved one with a disability or who is terminally ill. It could be their mother, father, sister or grandparent, or perhaps you were a young carer yourself. Help us give these kids an opportunity to be kids!
Check the Results and Photos on the Scotiabank Marathon website here –> Visit webpage
Looking for rewarding volunteer opportunities?
Are you interested in a rewarding and meaningful volunteer experience? Learn more about our various volunteer opportunities!
Find out when our next information session is taking place here
Different Ways To Give
Joining the Hospice Toronto team is an incredible and rewarding experience. Currently we have over 200 volunteers who support the organization in many capacities.
Talking Care is a show about caregiving and some of the issues and decisions a caregiver may face while supporting a loved one or friend.
The show airs 10:30 am Sunday mornings on Murray Segal’s Sunday Showcase on Zoomer Radio AM740 in Toronto. The ten-minute segment is sponsored by Saint Elizabeth and Hospice Toronto.
Hospice Toronto gratefully receives funding from the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) and Government of Ontario. 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. For a rough outline of our catchment area boundaries, please click here.