• Caring Begins at Home.

    Familiar surroundings and the creature comforts of home can be so important when dealing with a life-limiting illness. Victoria Hospice provides the supports necessary to allow patients to stay at home as much as possible.

  • Advance Care Planning

    Advance care planning is about having conversations with your close family, friends and health care provider(s) so that they know the health care treatment you wish to have, or refuse, if you become incapable of expressing your own decisions.

  • Compassion at the Core.

    Victoria Hospice is here for you. Here to provide compassion, support and care at the end of life. Here for individuals across the community — for your families, your friends and for your spirits — to help everyone through a difficult transition.

  • Hospice Stories

    There are a lot of pieces that work together to create the Hospice story. We celebrate all of them and most of all, we celebrate the people we serve. Their stories keep us doing what we do. If you have a story to share, please pass it along so we can tell yours.

Gregory's Story

A husband in the Yukon Territory tells the story of how his wife, mother of three young children, was helped at end of life by the Hospice Yukon Society, and about the role Victoria Hospice played in shaping HYS and the hospice care delivered in their home by volunteer nurses.

Celebrating our nurses every week at Victoria Hospice

When I am in the community and people find out where I work, I always hear the same thing – praise and thanks for the quality of care we provide to patients and families when they need it the most. In this praise, there is one group that is always singled out – our nurses. I am intensely proud and humbled by the work done every day by such a dedicated and compassionate team of professionals.

Flowers for the soul

Volunteers play an essential role at Victoria Hospice - indeed, without them, we could not begin to deliver the services at all levels which our community has come to rely on.

Transitions Newsletter

TransitionsTransitions is Victoria Hospice's newsletter for donors. It's published each Spring and Fall, and contains articles and information about the people and events that enrich the Victoria Hospice community.

A printed version of this newsletter is distributed through the mail, while a PDF version is posted to our website.

Our Fall Appeal 2013

Once upon a time, there was a patient at Victoria Hospice who was facing the last chapter of a long and full life...

...and she dreamed of a bride in a golden carriage pulled by white horses, on her way to marry a prince. 

While the patient dreamed, in faraway England a loving young couple was about to start a new life together in the wedding of the century.  

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CALL FOR ART DONATIONS

heArt for Hospice is an art auction fundraiser organized by a diverse group of women who are passionately committed to end of life care in our community.

Visit the Thrift Boutique

From designer clothing to stylish accessories, lovely collectables to handsome household items, there's something for everyone. 100% of profits go to Victoria Hospice.

Register with Victoria Hospice

Registering with Victoria Hospice is a way for someone with a life-limiting diagnosis to make plans regarding possible future care needs. Registration can occur before you need any Hospice services.

Transitions Newsletter Available

Read the online edition of Transitions - Hospice's new newsletter.

Upcoming Courses

Psychosocial Care of the Dying and Bereaved - Oct 20-24, 2014 Palliative Care: Medical Intensive Course, November 17-21, 2014

Join the 2014 Fundraising Appeal

Each year, Hospice depends on our donors to contribute almost half of our annual operating budget. Read more about this year's campaign.

Share Your Story

Have you or someone you know had an experience with Victoria Hospice that you'd like to share? We'd like to hear from you!

Meet Some Volunteers

Chantal has volunteered for Victoria Hospice since November 2011. She is active with the Community Program, Life Stories and our In-patient Unit.

Latest News

Riders
Bike enthusiasts from Victoria came together on Sunday September 7th to raise $32,000 for Victoria Hospice in the 3rd annual Ambriss Clermont...
Riders
On July 26 and 27th, 2014, 50 local cyclists and hospice supporters pedaled their hearts out in a two-day round trip, Victoria to Salt Spring Island...

Hospice Stories

A husband in the Yukon Territory tells the story of how his wife, mother of three young children, was helped at end of life by the Hospice Yukon...
Georgina (Georgie) Freeman, who retires from Victoria Hospice in June, well remembers the day she decided to enter the nursing profession.