Support Aboyne Rural Hospice and Make a Difference

Community Fundraising is Crucial

Patients in Ontario have free access to hospice care, but the Ontario government provides modest financial support for the construction and operation of hospices. Hospice organizations must make up the shortfall through fundraising and community contributions. Thus, we need the whole community's support to build and operate Aboyne Rural Hospice.

Recent data indicates a current shortage of 9.2 hospice beds in Wellington County that our hospice will address.

Please support Aboyne Rural Hospice.

Ways to Donate



Aboyne Rural Hospice has partnered with Canada Helps to process and issue tax receipts for donations under $500 and transfer of securities.

Donations of $5000 or more

Please contact us at to request information about our Founding Donor program and Naming Opportunities.


We gratefully accept Pledges, and will follow up with our pledged donors as our campaign progresses. Please complete and submit our Campaign Pledge form to

In-kind donations or planned giving

Please email us at and a representative will contact you.

Interac e-transfer 

Please e-transfer your gift to and add your contact information in the notes section to receive a tax receipt. Please submit a separate completed donation form to the same email address.


Please enclose a completed donation form with your cheque and send both to the following address:

Aboyne Rural Hospice

P.O. Box 3004

Elora, Ontario 

N0B 1S0



Although my mother wished to die at home, accommodating her request proved challenging. We were out of our depth in appreciating and fulfilling her needs and pain management, especially when the nurse left for the evening. A hospice would have provided a better experience for all of us.


If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our proposed facility and the services we will offer, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us. 

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“A survey demonstrating that 70 percent of hospitalized Canadian elderly patients wanted comfort measures as opposed to life-prolonging treatment. However, more than half of these patients were admitted to intensive care units.”

Environmental Scan for Strengthening Residential Hospice Care in Ontario. Evidence and Practice. Report of the Residential Hospice Working Group. March 2015.

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