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:




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 Sarah Mundell $250.00
#2 Barb Mundell $200.00
#3 Barb Mundell $175.00
#4 Kelsey Shortall $125.00
#5 Sue Rendell $60.00
#6 Jessica Sauve $60.00
#7 Therese Barrett $60.00
#8 lori adam $50.00
#9 Elizabeth Reid $50.00
#10 Ren Sauve $35.00

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!

"The word philanthropy has its roots in the Greek language meaning "love for mankind." It was never meant to apply only to donors of thousands or millions of dollars."
— Arthur Frantzreb
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