Maison McCulloch Hospice is seeking new members to serve on its Board of Directors. Candidates should be passionate about palliative care and advancing the mission of the Hospice in our community. Previous Board experience is desirable as well as a knowledge of the local health care system and/or experience in organizational management and administration. We are looking for leaders who want to volunteer their time to make a difference for those on their end-of-life journey.
If interested, please send your resume to Colette Pepin, MMH at email@example.com attention to the Chair of the Governance Committee.
Maison McCulloch Hospice invites you to attend
« I’m Not Alone »
an online grief discussion group
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and related safety directives, Maison McCulloch Hospice (MMH) will be resuming Grief Discussion Groups via internet using ZOOM video conferencing.
You may choose one of two sessions offered each month.
Monday October 18, 2021 – 2 p.m.
Wednesday October 20, 2021 – 6 p.m.
Monday November 15, 2021 – 2 p.m.
Wednesday November 17, 2021 – 6 p.m.
Monday December 13, 2021 – 2 p.m.
Wednesday December 15, 2021 – 6 p.m.
TO ACCESS ONE OF THESE MEETINGS, PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
- You may use a laptop, a desktop with speakers and microphone, a tablet or a cell phone
- Contact the group facilitator at:
By email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (705) 674-9252, ext. 227
Leave a message with the all of the following information:
- Your name, phone number and email address
(note: you must have an email address to access these meetings)
- Indicate the date of the group discussion you wish to attend that month
- A “ZOOM” invitation with the link giving you access to the meeting will be emailed to you.
- On the day of the scheduled meeting:
- Make sure your camera, speaker and microphone work
- Test your internet connection
- In the emailed invitation, follow the instructions to access the meeting and click on the link
- Once on the website, click “Join Meeting” and the facilitator will admit you to the meeting.
These discussion groups are open to the general public.
If you know someone who has recently experienced the death of a loved-one, please extend this invitation to them.
Given the present circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, please note that grief discussion groups are temporarily suspended until further notice.
For further inquiries or if your need for grief support is urgent, please call the hospice at 705-674-9252, ext. 227
or the Crisis Center at 705-675-4760.
Manager of Supportive Care and Grief Services
Maison McCulloch Hospice
YOU ARE INVITED!
ADULT PALLIATIVE CAREGIVER SUPPORT FAIR
Tuesday November 19th, 2019 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
UNITED STEEL WORKERS HALL 66 BRADY ST. SUDBURY, ONT
You will gain knowledge on the following topics:
- Self-Care while caring for a dying loved one
- Power of Attorney, Substitute Decision Maker and DNR Dealing with loss and how to cope
- Practical skills to care for your dying loved one at home
There will also be….
- Door prizes
- Guest Speakers
- First 250 participants will get a gift bag
- Information booths
This is a free event.
WE INVITE YOU TO DONATE A NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM TO THE SUDBURY FOOD BANK
MAISON MCCULLOCH HOSPICE
The Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival announced on Thursday December 15, 2016 that Maison McCulloch Hospice will be the beneficiary of funds raised during the 2017 and 2018 editions of the Festival.
“We look forward to working with Maison McCulloch Hospice in anticipation of eventually expanding their facility to include more beds and house all their outpatient services that benefit our community,” said a Facebook post from the festival.
The last edition of the festival raised $71,000 for the Northern Cancer Foundation and the Sam Bruno PET Scan Fund.
SUDBURY, Ontario (December 22, 2016) – The Sudbury Hospice Foundation is pleased to announce that the McCulloch Family has made the single largest donation to date towards the upcoming capital expansion of the community residential hospice. With this donation of $1 Million, the Sudbury Hospice will now be renamed Maison McCulloch Hospice.
“We are very proud to be a part of this major undertaking at the Hospice. We have been aware of the great service the Hospice offers to the community ever since our son Stephen passed away at the Hospice in September, 2013. As a family, we were overwhelmed by the compassionate care and professionalism, from the Executive Director, Léo Therrien, to all of the staff and volunteers. The Hospice is a very special place. The atmosphere soothes those who are leaving us, and also soothes those who are left behind.”
– Bruce & Sandra McCulloch, Donors
“By way of this donation, the McCulloch Family has demonstrated its profound commitment to fellow Sudburians who need access to end of life care,” indicated Gerry Lougheed Jr., Chair of the Sudbury Hospice Foundation and the Hospice. “We appreciate their generosity and kindness. The McCullochs are well established and respected business leaders who believe in giving back to their community.”
Maison McCulloch Hospice will continue to be a Centre of excellence dedicated to the collaborative delivery of quality hospice palliative care in both official languages in the Sudbury-Manitoulin Districts. The Hospice helps individuals and their families realize their full potential to live even when they are dying, by attending to their physical, psychosocial, spiritual, and practical needs, in the location of their choice.
“This is truly the greatest Christmas gift the Hospice has ever received,” indicated Léo Therrien, Executive Director of the Hospice. “It really shows the great generosity of our Sudbury community.”
The McCulloch Family
- Bruce McCulloch
- Sandra McCulloch
- Scott McCulloch
- Susan McCulloch
- Marett McCulloch
- Alex McCulloch
- Devin McCulloch
- Sam Legault
- Garett McCulloch
- Montana McCulloch