Hospice Calgary Events

Support Hospice Calgary by attending one of our signature fundraising events, or a fundraising event put on by the community.

Interested in hosting your own fundraiser? Fill out our form!

Our Signature Events

Walk five kilometres with family, friends, or colleagues in support of Hospice Calgary.


Join us for an evening of delicious food, cocktails, and stories from Hospice Calgary.


Community Hosted Fundraisers

Bitter Sisters Brewing Company Campaign

Date & Time: The month of July, 2024

Location: Bitter Sisters Brewing Company
(510 Heritage Dr SW, Calgary, AB T2V 2W2)

For the month of July, 25 cents from every glass/pint sold will go to Hospice Calgary.

Bitter Sisters Brewing Company is your local neighborhood brewery, owned and operated by two sisters who are big on community involvement.  The brewery is committed to strengthening community ties and supporting the local charities and nonprofits that help make Alberta a great place to live.

30th Annual Cat ‘n Fiddle Charity Golf Tournament
Presented by Omega Properties

Date & Time: August 26, 2024

Location: The Winston Golf Club
(2502 6 St NE, Calgary, AB)

A not-for-profit event in support of Hospice Calgary with a goal of $125,000!

Ways you can participate:

  • Become a sponsor (cart sponsor, dinner sponsor, hole sponsor, etc.)
  • Sign up to golf in the tournament
  • Donate an item for the live or silent auction

Rogers Birdies for Kids
Presented by Altalink

Date & Time: Now – August 31, 2024

Location: Online

Donate to Hospice Calgary through the Rogers Birdies for Kids website and have it matched up to 50%, making it go even further! 100% of funds donated go directly to the children and youth that are supported by our programs.

Interested in hosting your own fundraiser? Fill out our form!

Other Supports

Online Resources

Our resource library is an always-evolving collection of resources and information to support individuals and families facing any advanced illness or following a death. The resources are available to everyone and cover various illness, death, and grief topics. Browse the library to find content created by our team, links to resources from other organizations, and book recommendations for all ages.


Almost 2000 people a year benefit from our in-service consultation, training, seminars, and accredited workshops. Individuals and groups that call on us for training and resources include anyone who would like to broaden their understanding of palliative care and grief personally or professionally.