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A Walk to Remember

Saturday, June 8, 2024

11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Campbell River Hospice Society, Campbell River, V9W 3S7

Registration is now open and The Campbell River Hospice Society invites you to join our upcoming fundraiser, Walk to Remember held on Saturday, June 8th, in Hospice’s Serenity Garden.

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Join attendees in collecting pledges to participate in walking a 3km loop, returning to the Hospice Care Centre. To follow there will be a meaningful memorial ceremony with Leslie Haynes-Hodgins, M.S.W., R.S.W., Hospice’s Lead Clinical Counsellor, along with a beautiful butterfly release. We invite you to release an ethically sourced Painted Lady butterfly in memory of your loved ones, signifying letting go and the continuation of life after loss.

A Walk to Remember is an event for our community to heal and share awareness of grief and loss. Hospice touches everyone at some point in their lives and becomes such a vital resource in a person’s journey through loss and end-of-life.

$40 Registration includes:

-A customizable online pledge page

-An ethically sourced Painted Lady butterfly for release (if registered by May 25th)
-Memorial ceremony provided by Hospice's Lead Clinical Counsellor, Leslie Haynes-Hodgins M.S.W., R.S.W.

-A guided warm-up prior to the walk
-An event shirt (if registered by May 25th)

-Live music from Rick Benn
-Guest speakers

-Wildflower Seed Paper

-Fundraising Prizes
-The chance to win a 30-person workplace team prize!

-Exciting incentives for your donors


Campbell River Hospice Society
440 Evergreen Road
Campbell River
V9W 3S7

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The word "éy7á7juuthem" means “Language of our People” and is the ancestral tongue of the Homalco, Tla’amin, Klahoose and K’ómoks First Nations, with dialectic differences in each community.

It is pronounced "eye-ya-jooth-hem."