Get involved and help Prince George Hospice make a difference

Visitors are limited two at a time in the room of the guest. Visitors must wear masks at all times.

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Hospice Dream Home

The Dream Home Lottery is the Society’s most important annual fundraiser and supports the palliative care services & programs they offer to the Prince George community.

Bucket List Gala

This life inspiring gala is one of Hospice’s premiere fundraising evenings. The Bucket List Gala is meant to inspire us all to create a bucket list and to start living our best lives now.

The gala features a fantastic meal, a silent auction full of experiences to be won, and a premium list of live auction items like a Muskox Hunting Trip in Nunavut. Every year a special guest speaker is asked to encourage and excite our attendees with their story of living out their bucket list of life wishes. In the past, Leon Logothetis from The Kindness Diaries spoke. The 2019 guest speaker was best selling author and TV personality, Robin Esrock who hosts World Travels on the National Geographic channel.

Boogie With the Stars

Every other year, the Hospice Palliative Care Society rolls in the new year with the New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dance featuring the Boogie with the Stars Dance Competition. Celebrity couples face off to see who has the best moves all while fundraising for the Hospice Palliative Care Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Heart & Stroke Foundation & YMCA Strong Kids.

Antique Fair & Marketplace

 Each year we host over 100 unique vendors with incredible items such as collectibles, retro pieces, furniture, crafts, food, home-based business and many more surprises.

Admission is a $5 Donation to the Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society, with all proceeds directly supporting Hospice.

High Tea for Hospice

Our annual High Tea for Hospice raises funds in support of the grounds and gardens at the Rotary Hospice House.  Our vision is to provide a space that allows for both solitude and comfort for our guests and their families.

Colour Walk

Walk 100k in the Month of May In the process, participants try to raise pledges in support of the Prince George Hospice Palliative Care Society. The 100km distance can be shared with family or reached by walking in your own home, backyard, neighbourhood or favourite walking trails.
We also encourage people to share their stories on why and who they are walking for by wearing a certain colour in memory of a loved one.