Hike for Hospice returns May 26

The annual event in Hope raises awareness and funds for the Fraser Canyon Hospice Society

The eighth annual Hike for Hospice in Hope is on May 26.

The event raises awareness and funds to support the Fraser Canyon Hospice Society’s comfort and support services to the terminally-ill, their families, caregivers and bereaved in the area.

The Hike for Hospice starts at 2 p.m. in Memorial Park. This year, participants have the option of running, walking, biking or rollerblading the two or five kilometre routes, which are wheelchair, scooter, stroller and pet accessible.

To register, pick up a registration form at Romano’s (306 Wallace St.) and return it to the Hospice office (1275-7th Ave.).

To raise funds online for the Hike for Hospice, visit https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/startup.aspx?locationID=122622.

Anyone wishing to support the Fraser Canyon Hospice Society without participating in the event can donate directly online using a credit card. Go to http://my.e2rm.com/personalPage.aspx?SID=3702742&LangPref=en-CA and click on “Sponsor Me.”

For more information, contact the Hospice office at 604-860-7713 or email ashleigh.erwin@fraserhealth.ca

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