|Waterloo Wellington Self-Management|
Self Management is having the skills and confidence to take charge of your health and improve your quality of life and emotional well-being.The Waterloo Wellington Self-Management Program coordinates a variety of interactive, group-based self-management workshops to support individuals and their caregivers to achieve their best health and wellness. Participants learn how to make healthier choices, better understand and manage their symptoms, increase their confidence, set realistic goals and problem solve.
|Westmount Signs & Printing printed our Winter and Spring/Summer 2019 Program Guide.|
Chaplin Family YMCA hosts our HopeSpring programs in Cambridge. You can find the Chaplin Family YMCA at 250 Hespler Road in Cambridge.
Erb Street Mennonite Church is the host of our Healthy Cooking program. You can find them at 131 Erb St W in Kitchener.
Langs was the host of our Cambridge Healthy Cooking program. You can find the Langs at 1145 Concession Road in Cambridge.
The Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation (KWCF) has helped us provide vital services to people with cancer in Kitchener Waterloo through their grants.
DeLisi & Associates' annual fundraiser, Drive For Hope Invitational Golf Tournament, is one of our biggest fundraisers and we are grateful to Mario and his team for all the hard work they do every year for us. Over the 20 years, the Drive for Hope has raised over $2.5 million dollars for HopeSpring. He is truly our local hero!
Manulife Financial has been HopeSpring's key corporate sponsor throughout our history. One of HopeSpring's founding members, Dan Blasutti, was a vice-president at Manulife who dedicated himself to the creation of our community cancer support centre before his death in 1995.
Dan's choice of reaching out to the world during his experience with cancer - of offering and receiving support - became one of the foundations of HopeSpring's mission and programming.
We thank Manulife and all those employees who have joined in that commitment to the vision of HopeSpring.
Zonta Club of Kitchener Waterloo The women of the Zonta Club of KW have been very generous to our members for many years. They have provided grants from money raised at the Betty Thompson Golf Classic to provide wigs for our boutique. In 2011 we joined with Zonta to house their Post Mastectomy camisole program. These camisoles are purchased and given to women undergoing, or who have recently had a mastectomy.
Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation continues to support the Kids' Program. It provides children with cancer a supportive environment that will foster play, physical activity, social interaction and creative outlets.
CIBC continues to support the Exercise and Movement programs at HopeSpring, providing patients and their families led by professional facilitators, experienced with cancer. HopeSpring thanks them their support to this pillar of wellness.
Grand River Regional Cancer Centre (GRRCC) Opened in Kitchener in September 2003 to serve Waterloo Region, Wellington County & surrounding areas. The GRRCC, is a full service, comprehensive cancer treatment & research centre. We are proud to work together!
St Mary's General Hopsital (SMGH) Located in the heart of Kitchener, Ontario, St. Mary's is the second-largest acute care hospital in the St. Joseph's Health System and a Regional Cardiac Care Centre.
Cambridge Memorial Hospital (CMH), with 1,113 dedicated and skilled health care professionals, technicians and staff provide excellent care to residents of Cambridge, the township of North Dumfries and the Region of Waterloo. Whether you are a visitor or prospective patient, you can be assured that each member of the CMH team is fully committed to providing you and your family and friends with superior and compassionate care and service. We are proud to team with CMH.
UW WELL-FIT is a unique group exercise program for individuals undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, or hormonal therapy treatment for various cancers. You can contact UW WELL-FIT at 519-888-4567 ext 36841 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hospice Wellington Since 1980, Hospice Wellington has provided compassionate care, emotional support and practical assistance to individuals and families facing a life-threatening illness, extending through bereavement. Hospice Wellington was created as the result of several concerned citizens who believed that services in the community did not adequately meet the needs of individuals who were in their last stages of life.
Hospice of Waterloo Region Hospice of Waterloo Region is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing comfort, care and support to people affected by life-threatening illness. Their services are provided in home, hospital, or long-term care facility settings by trained volunteers.
Lisaard House: Waterloo Region's first and only residential cancer hospice, Lisaard House provides care, free of charge, for individuals facing a limited life expectancy. Lisaard House is committed to helping people dying of cancer live the life remaining to them as fully as possible and easing the challenges facing their loved ones.
Founded in 1994, Willow is a national not-for-profit organization that provides free support and information to anyone affected by breast or hereditary cancer.
|The Waterloo Region Record has once again supported HopeSpring as part of the Community Partner Program to help us get the word out.|
Igloo takes care of all our website needs, and has provided us with this dynamic site. Thank you for your support!
Hagon Design is a strong supporter assisting us with our introduction booklet & our program guide.
Le Salon understands the impact of cancer and how looking good is part of feeling better.
Shoppers Drug Mart provides funding to support Women's Support Groups.
Stantec provides funding for the Art Expression program.