Postponed Until 2021
Friday, March 26, 2021
As a heath service provider, it is important that we always consider the health and well being of our guests and volunteers. Therefore, we have had to make another difficult decision of postpone our annual gala yet again in the wake of the Covid 19 virus.
Thank you for understanding and your continued support. We look forward to seeing you on March 26.
On March 26, we will welcome guests to attend the Heart House Hospice Gala 2021 – Opening Doors.
This is a monumental year for Heart House because as we continue to support our community, we are also driving change in our community.
Heart House is Opening Doors to improving end of life care for people living with a terminal illness.
Heart House is Opening Doors for better support for their families, friends and caregivers.
Heart House is Opening Doors and creating awareness for the need for hospice palliative care.
The Opening Doors Gala will honour and celebrate our Community and Volunteer Change Makers, because they are a testament to what can be accomplished with kindness, generosity and dedication to our mission.
We invite you to also extend your patronage by attending the gala, committing to a
sponsorship opportunity or donating to our silent and wine auctions.We invite you to
be a Change Maker!
Anwar Knight, TV Personality (CTV Network News) is a great friend of Heart House
and is once again returning to host the Opening Doors Gala at the
Mississauga Convention Centre.
Our vision is to transform end of life and palliative care within the community of Mississauga. We need your generosity and continued support as a guest, patron, sponsor or donor for the Opening Doors Gala – join us and be a Change Maker!
Heart House Hospice plays a critical role in our community by helping those facing life-limiting illnesses to live their life with dignity and comfort, while supporting their loved ones along this journey. We offer compassionate hospice care, grief and bereavement support for people of all ages in Mississauga and Brampton at no cost.
Each year, more than 1,000 individuals who are living with a life-limiting illness and over 3,000 loved ones receive compassionate support from Heart House Hospice’s interdisciplinary team of professionals and volunteers. The individuals, their families and caregivers receive home visits, participate in day wellness programs, children and youth grief programs, complementary therapies
and other outreach programs.
Thanks to community support, compassionate hospice care is provided with dignity and peace for those who choose to live their last days at home rather than in a hospital.
Your support makes all the difference. Learn more about our programs visit HeartHouseHospice.com