Step by Step - Walk in Support of Bereavement Services in Kingston

Walk in Support of

Bereavement Services in Kingston

Gather your friends, family and coworkers, and join us for Step by Step - Walk in Support of Bereavement Services in Kingston

October 14 at Lake Ontario Park, King St. 

Our Fundraising Goal:

3%

Goal$20,000.00

$670.00Raised

Thank you so much for joining us at the 2018 Step by Step Walk in support of Bereavement Services.

Our top 10 Fundraisers! 

Rank Name Amount
#1 Barb Mundell $175.00
#2 Kelsey Shortall $100.00
#3 lori adam $50.00
#4 Elizabeth Reid $50.00
#5 Anne Hunter-Brown $15.00
#6 Bradley Sumner $15.00
#7 Thea Scott $15.00

Register Now     Make a Donation

Step by Step is a Walk to raise funds and awareness for community Bereavement Services.  This family friendly fall event at Lake Ontario Park will help ensure that Bereaved Families of Ontario – Kingston and Hospice Kingston continues to support individuals who are experiencing grief and loss.  The walk is for all ages and fitness levels with a 1, 2 and 5km trail. Lace up your running shoes and come walk with us. Enjoy live music, a BBQ, face painting and much more after your trek. 

Please visit our websites at Hospice Kingston or Bereaved Families of Ontario - Kingston Region to learn more.

Step by Step Schedule:

9:30 am:  Registration Begins - Arrive Early!

10:00 am:  Walk begins

12:00 pm:  BBQ Lunch, Live Entertainment

Thank you to our generous sponsors!

 

 

 

 

 

                                    

Bereaved Families of Ontario (BFO) – Kingston Region serves the needs of the bereaved community in Kingston and believes in self-help and mutual aid as the key to helping those who are grieving successfully return to everyday life.  BFO – Kingston offers one-on-one peer support, group support   sessions, as well as a variety of resources to help the community, individuals and families during their most difficult time of need.

Hospice Kingston provides compassionate care for people with life-limiting illness, their caregivers and families, and those affected by grief or loss. Current services include In-Home Care, Care Coordination, Day Wellness, Grief & Bereavement Support, Psycho-Spiritual Health and Volunteer Services.

Unable to attend on October 14? Make a General Donation!

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