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Chocolate Drink with Marshmallows
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Join in a delicious event that supports local businesses and
Hospice Dufferin.

Thank you to our participating restaurants and cafes and customers. Together we raised $1200 for Hospice Dufferin. 

Starting February 1st to February 28th visit one of the participating restaurants or cafes and enjoy one of their signature drinks for Hospice Dufferin. These locations are generously donating $1 from every drink sold back to Hospice Dufferin.  

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Mochaberry Coffee & Co Ltd. Cafe & Roastery
177 Broadway, Orangeville, ON

Hot Chocolate is the specialty beverage of choice. Enjoy a White, Caramel, or Chocolate hot ChocolateEach of our hot chocolates is handcrafted with milk chocolate and steamed milk, topped with real made in-house whipped cream

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Bluebird Café & Grill
100 Broadway, Orangeville, ON

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Mono Cliffs Inn

367006 Mono Centre Road (County Road #8) Mono Centre, ON 
Enjoy a good old fashion Hot Chocolate ***This location is will be starting their campaign on January 20 Until February 15 because they will be closed until March 1)

Le Finis...a sweet finish by Lavender Blue

125 Broadway Front Door, Orangeville, ON

Lavender London Fog (an Earl Grey tea latte infused with lavender).

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Boston Pizza

5 Buena Vista Drive Orangeville, ON,

Hot or cold Chocolate with whipped cream and sprinkles.

Jess for you Cafe and Baked Goods

109 Trafalgar Rd, Hillsburgh (The Old Exchange Hotel), Erin, ON,
Featuring unicorn hot chocolate, candy cane hot chocolate and a smores hot chocolate.

Nifty Nook

633432 ON-10


Deja Vu Diner

318 Broadway Avenue, Orangeville, ON,

Strawberry and Hot Chocolate

DeMarco Caffe

115 Owen Sound St, Shelburne, ON

Bella Italia Hot Chocolate

"Oh the weather outside is frightful, but a nice hot chocolate would be so delightful..."

Thank you for your interest in our newest fundraiser.

Help support Hospice Dufferin with this fun initiative. All you have to do is create a specialty Hospice Dufferin hot drink during the month of February and $1 from every order will be donated to Hospice Dufferin.

Since, 1988, Hospice Dufferin has been providing compassion, care, and support to those in our community who are experiencing the challenges of a life-limiting illness, who are bereaved, or who are caregivers to those they love. Our vision is to provide peace, comfort, and dignity for all people in our community.

We believe our clients are the reason for our existence.

We believe in the right to live in dignity.

We believe in supporting the grief journey.

We believe the compassion, care, and commitment of our volunteers and staff are the heart of hospice.

We believe an educated community will provide the best quality of life for those with a life-limiting illness.

We offer programs from diagnosis to end-of-life for clients.

We offer support programs for caregivers from illness to bereavement.

We are here to make sure that those living with a life-limiting illness, experiencing grief, and those that are caregivers receive the vital care and support they need. We help provide individuals with dignity, personal choice, and quality of life, helping clients and their families to make the most of their precious time together. Our services address the domains of care developed by the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.

Here is a snapshot of our impact on the community.

In 2022, we supported 305 clients in Dufferin County.

We provided over 3279 sessions of service.

The delivery of our programs and services is made possible through the support of a small dedicated staff, volunteers, and generous donors.

The government provides approximately 60% of our funding. The rest of our fundraising initiatives come from the support of our community.

Your support helps to maintain our Wellness Programs which, provide positivity for both our clients and their family. These programs include music therapy, art therapy, exercise, journaling, and meditation. Wellness programs invite people living with a life-limiting illness, or the bereaved to gather to support one another, learn strategies to help deal with various practical and emotional challenges, and discuss how to live well every day.

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