Posts

Flutter Buys Thrift Store – Reopening Update

We are excited to welcome our volunteers, donors, shoppers and community supporters back into our Flutter Buys Thrift Store on TUESDAY JUNE 9th!

Please read our Memo through the link below to learn about our new store hours, protocol, procedures and other information that will help to ensure our Community feels safe when dropping donations or browsing our store.  We look forward to seeing you at the Store!

COVID-19 Flutter Buys Thrift Store – May 27, 2020

Follow Flutter Buys on Facebook for more regular updates!

CBC Daybreak Kamloops with Shelley Joyce – April 2, 2020

CBC Daybreak Kamloops interviews Wendy Marlow, Executive Director at Kamloops Hospice Association about new Virtual Visiting at Kamloops Hospice Association, donation requests and other changes at Hospice due to Covid-19 including Volunteer Program & Community Program Suspension, Thrift Store Closing Temporarily, Gala Cancellation and challenges with raising required funds.

Listen to the 5 minute audio recording here!

 

CFJC Midday – Kamloops Hospice offering volunteer information session, and special program to help children

CFJC Midday – Kamloops Hospice offering volunteer information session, and special program to help children

Jan 13, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wendy Marlow and Pamela Young discuss an upcoming information session and a new Children’s Grief Drop in Group.

Click to watch the Midday Interview

Expanding Programs for Kamloops Hospice

Allison Perry and Wayne Porterfield join Cheryl on Midday to discuss more expansive programming at the Kamloops Hospice.

Click here to view Midday Show

Celebrate a Life Campaign Underway at Northills Mall

Celebrate a Life Campaign underway at Northills Mall

By Jill Sperling

December 5, 2018  4:20pm

The Kamloops Hospice Association is encouraging people to honour the memory of their loved ones this holiday season through the Celebrate a Life Campaign.

“Celebrate a Life is about remembering,” said Executive Director Wendy Marlow. “It started 28 years ago with this beautiful memory tree. It’s really a chance for people to come and write a memory card and celebrate the life that their loved one lived. You can turn a light from white to red, it just signifies that memory for the loved one.”

Read more

Events

Nothing Found

Sorry, no posts matched your criteria