Sept 24
BBQ for a Cause. The Cutters Barber Shop is hosting a BBQ from 11-3pm in support of Squamish Hospice Society and our dream to have designated End of Life Care Beds in Squamish. Join us at 40384 Tantalus Way for hot dogs, raffle tickets and in support of a great cause.

Oct 24
Annual General Meeting. 6:30pm location TBD

Oct 24 - Nov 28
Courage to Grieve Bereavement Group. This 6 week adult bereavement group is an opportunity to learn more about the grieving process and share in a group setting with others. Please email to register or for more information: hospice.seatosky@vch.ca

Nov 10
Advance Care Planning. Join us at the Squamish Public Library at 6:30pm to learn more about advance care planning and how to your goals and wishes for your life and health should there be a time when you can't speak for yourself.

Nov 25
Memory Tree Event. Join us for our annual Memory Tree Event at On the Farm Shops. Gather with friends and family and be supported as we remember and honour the memory of our loved ones at the start of the holiday season.


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Welcome to the Squamish Hospice Society Website

Squamish Hospice Society offers support and programs for anyone dealing with a life limiting illness, for thier loved ones or for those who are grieving. If you would like more information on our programs and services please call 604-567-2009 or email hospice.seatosky@vch.ca


Thanking our Donors

We are so grateful to every person and organization who has supported Squamish Hospice Programs through your generosity via donations, volunteering and advocating on our behalf. Every person that has moved a table, sold tickets and made financial gifts is so important. With you we have supported MORE people this year seeing a 70% increase in program intake. Together we are making a difference for people at a very difficult time in their lives. Thank you!



Fall Bereavement Group

If you or someone you care about is journeying through grief and would like to be supported please consider the Fall Bereavement Group. Email us for more information hospice.seatosky@vch.ca



Annual Hospice Raffle

Be sure to pick up your tickets for our amazing raffle prizes. A big thank you to Roman Heisler for donating his hand crafted kayak as well as to Crystal Lodge and Spa Scandinave and Executive Suites Sqaumish and Canadian Outback Adventures as well. Your generosity ensures people are supported to live well with live limiting illness, as they journey through grief and even at end of life. Thank you! Tickets will be on sale at the following locations from 9:30-2:30pm:

Sept 17 WalMart

Sept 24 Save On

Oct 1 Nesters

Oct 8 Save On

Oct 15 Nesters

Oct 22 Save On

Oct 24 at the Squamish Hospice Society Annual General Meeting


Thanks to those who contributed thoughts and words to our Before I Die art installation downtown. Look for us again next year! And thank you to amazing volunteer Mel and Chris and others who supported this piece being created and installed.


Thank you for a great event! So grateful for all those who came out to join us and helped us raise over $20,000.00 for Hospice programs in the Sea to Sky!!



There is still time to get prepared and support Squamish Hospice Society! Are-You-Prepared is donating $25 from every emergency kit purchased to the Squamish Hospice Society! Family, Pet, Car and Individual kits available. Very easy to order online at http://www.are-you-prepared.ca/shop


Great News 

The Squamish Volunteer Drivers for Cancer Program is a go and the Squamish Hospice Society is very pleased to have been a part of keeping this much needed service in our community. If you are interested in supporting the Squamish Volunteer Drivers for Cancer Program you can make a donation via our website with the note "for driver program".  

Please note these donations will directly to the Volunteer Driver Program. It is our hope that while you support this important volunteer program and much needed service you continue to donate to the Squamish Hospice Society to ensure support for those in our community facing life limiting illness and grief.


Advance Care Planning


Life is full of thrills and spills. Make your medical wishes known with an advance care plan. Talk to you family so they know your wishes and can speak on your behalf. Let 2016 be the year you experience the best and plan for the rest.

Be sure to visit us regularly as we work to help make Advance Care Planning easy for you. Find more resouces and supportive tools at My Voice BC's guide to Advance Care Planning.


LIKE us on Facebook

Please take a moment to LIKE our Facebook page and help us keep you informed about our FREE end of life care and bereavement programs, new resources, training and opportunities for support. Thank you for taking a minute and showing that end of life care and grief services are important to you.