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3rd Annual Handbags for Hospice Proceeds Total

Over $100,000 was raised for Ed’s House, Northumberland Hospice Centre!

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Your generosity helped raise much needed funds to help support Ed’s House!

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Learn more about our services for those with a life-limiting illness, their caregivers and those who are grieving.

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The staff and volunteers of Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre welcome you and your family. We encourage you to make this your “home away from home”.  To ensure that you get the right care, at the right place, at the right time, in a way that makes sense to you.


Learn how we are keeping our clients, residents, visitors, staff and volunteers safe while continuing to offer support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Honouring The Journey

"A hospice allows for dignity in death. Many would like to die at home but, particularly in our aging society, the caregiver is not always able to provide the required care. Hospice is a community, not a building, where there are people who care for the dying and their family not only with skill but also with great empathy and heart."


"I want to thank all the staff at Ed's House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre for the care and dedication to their patients. What an amazing place. So glad that there is a place like this in our community. Mom was very happy when she saw her room, set up with her pictures and flowers from home. The entire staff is warm, welcoming and compassionate and it feels like home. This is how people should be treated during their final days."

"Even though our father was there only a very short time before he passed, the staff was absolutely fabulous and his room was very spacious, accommodating and furnished beautifully. His family was able to visit and say goodbye. Thanks Ed's House for allowing us to be with our father."

"We truly cannot thank you enough for the amazing care you gave our beloved friend during her final days. She spoke very highly of you while she still could, and that alone speaks volumes! The job you do is a gift to both the patients in your care and the people who love them. Thank you for your endless compassion and empathy."