Hospice Northwest is partially funded by the North West Local Health Integration Network and the United Way of Thunder Bay. Mac's Convenience store, located at 3 Balsam Street in Thunder Bay, supports Hospice Northwest through the sale of Nevada tickets. Bayshore Home Health supports Hospice Northwest through third party fundraising initiatives, such as the annual Hike for Hospice. We also gratefully acknowledge the City of Thunder Bay Dress Down Day program, the LCBO Tag Days program and the John Andrews Foundation for their support. Special thanks also to Trinity United Church for their ongoing support of Hospice Northwest.
Hospice Northwest is also indebted to our community members who have supported us in the form of memorial donations and participation in the various fundraising events and activities that occur throughout the year, including our Wings of Remembrance Memorial Ornaments Campaign, the Hike for Hospice supported by Bayshore Home Health and the United Way Billboard Rescue.
We are also very grateful to several local organizations who have generously supported our Hospice Stories Project. Without the financial assistance of Canada Summer Jobs, The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation, The Paterson Foundation, Tbaytel, and The Port Arthur Rotary Club, Life's Way: Reflections of Hospice Volunteers in Northwestern Ontario would not have been possible. Hospice Northwest and the Hospice Stories Advisory Committee thanks them for their commitment to supporting creative projects that strengthen the communities of Northwestern Ontario.
Hospice Northwest also gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.