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Hike & Bike for Hospice Georgian Triangle

Celebrate Campbell House's 10th Anniversary and support palliative care

The much-anticipated Hike & Bike for Hospice is just three weeks away, taking place on Sunday, May 26, 2024, starting at 9:30 am at the Collingwood Curling Club. Participants will hike 6 km or bike 6 km or 20 km, all supporting hospice palliative care in the region.

This year’s event is especially significant as Campbell House celebrates its tenth anniversary. Over the past decade, 1,847 patients have received care at Campbell House thanks to the unwavering support from the community, including participants of the Hike & Bike.

“We are very grateful for community support. This is a real team effort, and it takes a village. The Hike & Bike has a fundraising goal of $175,000. Participation means that patients and their families can access hospice palliative care services at no cost in Campbell House and the community,” said Sandra Sullivan, executive director of Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation.

Fundraising for the Hike & Bike can be done in unique and meaningful ways. Participants are encouraged to share their personal connection to the cause, and often, individuals have poignant stories that explain their involvement.


An event highlight from last year was the inspiring team "Margot's Motivators," led by Margot Brandreth. Margot’s team had over 100 participants and raised more than $22,900, showcasing their outstanding energy and enthusiasm. Margot, a Hospice Georgian Triangle palliative care patient, has made it her mission to live the best life possible while giving back to the hospice community as both a fundraiser and advocate.

“Following this year’s Hospice Hike & Bike, a friend who has ovarian cancer said, ‘You’re so lucky. You have a purpose,’ referring to my work with Hospice. As with many people, loving and living for my family is my primary purpose. My involvement with Hospice has certainly provided me with an opportunity to learn and, hopefully, help others,” shared Margot.

To support patients like Margot and their families, sign up for the Hike & Bike and start fundraising. Your participation brings much-needed care and comfort to them when it matters most.

Registration for the Hike & Bike is available online.  The top fundraiser will be awarded a Trek Verve three-disk recreation bike provided by Kamikaze Bikes in Collingwood. Special thanks go to presenting sponsor Blue Mountain Resort.

Click here for a list of all event sponsors. Included in your registration is a lunch donated by Boston Pizza, M&M Meats, Sanfilippo Wholesale, Cobbs Bread, Sobeys and Loblaws.

Hospice Georgian Triangle provides compassionate care at Campbell House and in the community for individuals with life-limiting illnesses and their families in the Town of the Blue Mountains, Collingwood, Clearview Township, and Wasaga Beach. Care programs are offered at no cost and focus on the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of the patient, family, and caregivers, enhancing the quality of life.

The Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation's purpose is to raise the funds necessary for Hospice Georgian Triangle to provide exceptional hospice palliative care and community programming.

About Hospice Georgian Triangle

Hospice Georgian Triangle, founded in 1987, has evolved to provide compassionate care at home and at Campbell House for individuals and families dealing with life-limiting illnesses in the communities of the Town of Blue Mountains, Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, and Clearview Township. 

Their care programs, which include end-of-life care and grief and bereavement counselling, come at no cost to the users and focus on the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of both the patient and family, enhancing quality of life. Hospice Georgian Triangle relies on government funding and the generosity of donors to provide all its services and programs.

For more information on Hospice Georgian Triangle’s services and programs, visit Hospice Georgian Triangle or call 705-444-2555.

To donate, visit the Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation.