Huron Hospice | Jay & Bryan

We are pleased that you have been enjoying our launch of a new video at the beginning of each month. We have received a lot of positive feedback about how well they were done (thank you Dr Christopher Cooper) and how moving they have been. This is the fourth of our six videos in which stories are told of people’s lives being impacted by Huron Hospice. The videos speak to the need for the residence to be expanded so that more people at the end of life can benefit from this home-like environment.

This month we hear from two members of the capital campaign cabinet. They share stories and a perspective about the need for our residence to grow. Bryan Vincent is a retired businessperson who owned Vincent Farm Equipment in Seaforth. Jay McFarlan is the board chair of Huron Hospice.

If you have not been able to view the previous two videos, you can find them below CLICK ON IMAGE.

If you would like more information about the capital campaign or discuss making a gift to the campaign, please contact the executive director via the button below:

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