FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 23rd, 2022
Community Care Northumberland is pleased to announce the 4th annual “Handbags for Hospice” in support of Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre on Thursday April 20, 2023 to be held at the Cobourg Lions Community Centre. Tickets are $75.00 and will be available as of this Wednesday, January 25, 2023 at 10 a.m. on www.edshouse.northumberlandhospice.ca.
Handbags for Hospice event brings the community together for an exciting evening of entertainment, our signature drink, hors d’oeuvres, dessert, the chance to bid on a wide selection of handbags and experiences and a fun night out with friends!
This night of fun, fashion and friends has become a signature event for women of Northumberland.
The 4th Annual Handbags for Hospice event welcomes back York Bell-Smith (morning personality of Classic Rock 107.9 FM) as the Emcee of the evening, along with Scott MacCoubrey (owner of MacCoubrey Funeral Home).
“The Ed’s House Special Events Committee is excited to be once again planning our Signature Event, Handbags for Hospice”, said Nancy Oliver Chair of the Committee. “The April 20th evening will offer a large assortment of handbags and other auction items to bid on as well as live auction attractions which will include the All Season and the Family Fun Packages! We will be selling our popular Platinum Ticket to win a marquis prize everyone will love or the Treasure Chest filled with lots of appealing items. We hope you will join us in supporting Ed’s House!”
The community has once again been so generous with its support with sponsorships and donating items. Once again, our Signature Sponsor for the evening is Tony Pulla of Re-Max Lakeshore Realty, and our Pearl Sponsor is Jacqueline Pennington of Re/Max Hallmark. Sponsorships are still available and if interested please contact Donor Relations at 905-885-0466.
Proceeds from this event will support resident care at Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre located at 1301 Ontario Street, just north of the highway in Hamilton Township.
“I am proud to say that this event has become a signature event in our area. Every year we are challenged with raising more than a million dollars to support the operation of Ed’s House. As one of our biggest fundraisers of the year, much needed funds are brought forth through this event thanks to the efforts of the Special Events Committee and the tremendous support of the community. We look forward to another fun evening supporting the important work that Ed’s House does for our community,” says Trish Baird, Chief Executive Officer, Community Care Northumberland.
You can get your tickets this Wednesday, January 25, starting at 10 am. Tables of 8 are available.
Title: 4th Annual Handbags for Hospice
Date: Thursday, April 20, 2023
Location: Cobourg Lions Community Centre, 157 Elgin St. E., Cobourg, ON
Time: Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the evening begins at 7 p.m.
Ticket Price: $75.00 per ticket
Tickets available: As of Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Buy Tickets Online: www.edshouse.northumberlandhospice.ca
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Trish Baird Joel Scott
Chief Executive Officer Director, Donor Relations/Comm.
Community Care Northumberland Community Care Northumberland
Ed’s House Northumberland Hospice Care Centre is a hospice centre in Hamilton Township that opened in the fall of 2020. The Centre provides a comfortable setting to receive palliative support from early family engagement and beyond at no cost to hospice clients and their families. An integral service of Community Care Northumberland, Ed’s House acts as a centralized ‘hub’ for CCN’s interdisciplinary hospice services team by providing caregiver support, palliative outreach and education, health system navigation and grief and bereavement support in addition to resident hospice care. www.edshouse.northumberlandhospice.ca
Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is a multi-service community support organization in Northumberland County. Through the creation, coordination, and delivery of nutrition, transportation, wellness, in-home and hospice services, CCN improves the health and wellbeing of our clients. Our programs and services improve the quality of life of seniors, adults with disabilities, those recovering from illness or injury, and hospice clients and their loved ones and caregivers, allowing them to remain in their own homes and communities. www.commcare.ca