With our gratitude.

Below you'll find the community and corporate partners that make our work possible.

Our Government Partners

Hospice Calgary General Supporters

The majority of Hospice Calgary’s operations are funded by individual, community, and corporate donations. Below are the corporations and foundations that supported us through the 2023-2024 fiscal year.

Alex & Wendy Campbell Fund

Carmel and Jane Gatt Legacy Fund

Dick and Nancy Wilson Fund

Ernie and Leah Hagel Fund

Evamy Family Fund

Harold and Betty Allsopp Fund

Holy Spirit Charitable Society

Jack Carter Family Fund

Jackson Family Foundation

Jim and Doris Garner Fund

Lawrence W. West Family Fund

Lebsack Fund

Little Cottage 466

Marie & Fred Kernaghan Family Fund

Meteoros Fund

Mikkelsen Family Fund

Pamela Grigg Charitable Fund

Rickbeil Family Fund

Riddell Family Fund

Robin’s Fund

Schaus Family Fund

The Donald Terry Swystun Charitable Fund

The Ed & Theresa Jang Charitable Fund

The UFIR Family Foundation

WMJ Metals Ltd.

Woods Edwards Engineering

Children’s Grief Centre Supporters

Colonel James MacLeod Chapter IODE

Campbell-Stone United Church

Randy O’Dell Estate

St. Pius X Church

The Evan J Strong Fund for Mental Wellness

Rosedale Hospice Supporters

Carmel and Jane Gatt Legacy Fund

C. M. Carmel Holdings Inc.

Centurion Holdings Ltd.

Diana and Francois Poirier Foundation

Hillhurst Odd Fellow Lodge No.46 I.O.O.F.

Hillhurst Rebekah Lodge 116

Isabel Evelyn Hardwick Calow Fund

Maitland Family Foundation

The Berkhold Family Foundation

The Blue Light Fund Henry

The Flanagan Foundation

Living with Advanced Illness Centre Supporters

Media Sponsors

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.