Huron Shores Hospice Phase 2 moving forward

The Power Workers’ Union (PWU) has donated $15,000 to Huron Shores Hospice, supporting the Hearts for Hospice, Phase II fundraising efforts to bring a second residential hospice bed to south Bruce County.

Teri Leslie, Director, Huron Shores Hospice (l) and Nestor Koturbash, (r) PWU Equity Distribution Rep, presenting the cheque

Nestor Koturbash, PWU Equity Distribution Rep, said that,  “We are pleased to support Huron Shores Hospice and the good work being done to support residents of south Bruce County in their end-of-life care. This is a valuable service for our local community and we are proud to contribute to bring a second bed into service.”

Huron Shores Hospice is a charitable not-for-profit, volunteer-led, community-funded residential hospice, providing quality end-of-life care, at no cost, to residents of Kincardine, Huron-Kinloss, Saugeen Shores and surrounding areas. The expansion to a second bed will help extend quality end-of-life services to neighbouring communities.

“We are very pleased to be working on Phase II of our fundraising efforts and would like to express our thanks to the Power Workers’ Union for this generous donation and for showing great community support,” said Carol Rencheck, Co-Chair of the Huron Shores Hospice Board of Directors.