Chatham-Kent Hospice Receives More Support For Their Capital Campaign

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Several businesses and organizations have stepped up recently and made a donation to the Chatham-
Kent Hospice Capital Campaign.

“We are overwhelmed by the support received to date, but not surprised,” says Jennifer Wilson, Chair, Chatham-Kent Hospice Board of Directors. “Chatham-Kent is known for being a very generous community. This helps us get that much closer to providing compassionate end-of-life care in a home- like setting, free of charge for people with life-limiting illness as well as support for families and friends who are suffering the loss of a loved one.”

MAHLE Filter Systems in Tilbury donated $25,000. MAHLE is a leading global development partner for the automotive and engine industry offering unique systems competence in the combustion engine and engine peripherals.

“MAHLE Filter Systems Canada is thrilled to support this worthwhile project that will not only benefit our employees & their families but the entire community” - Scott Cave, Manager & Head of Controlling.

(Shown in photo L-R is Jodi Maroney, Director of Development – Chatham-Kent Hospice, Bryon Fluker – Campaign Cabinet Volunteer, Lisa Medd – HR Coordinator, MAHLE Filter Systems, Scott Cave – Manager & Head of Controlling for MAHLE’s Tilbury Plant.)

Chatham Valley Scottish Rite, a branch of the Masonic Lodge, donated $5,000. Their main focus is supporting learning centres for children with dyslexia but is always looking for ways to support their community.

“Although we usually focus on supporting children, we feel this community can really benefit from a residential hospice” – Wayne O’Sullivan, Chatham Valley of Scottish Rite.

(Shown in photo L-R is Wayne O’Sullivan, Bob Waddell, Robbie McNaughton, Willard Barnes from Chatham Valley of Scottish Rite and Jodi Maroney, Director of Development – Chatham-Kent Hospice)

A donation of $4,480 was received by the Ontario REALTORS Care Foundation through an endorsement from the Chatham-Kent Association of REALTORS®.

“The hospice will be a great asset to our community. The REALTORS ® of Chatham-Kent are very pleased to make this contribution”. – Ron Smith, President Chatham-Kent Association of REALTORS®.

(Shown in photo L-R is John Case, Chair, Chatham-Kent Hospice Capital Campaign, Ron Smith, President CKAR, Jodi Maroney, Director of Development for Chatham-Kent Hospice)

The Chatham-Kent Hospice will be a 10 bed residence that cares for patients and their families and friends who are dealing with a terminal illness, providing comfort, support and pain management in a home-like setting.

The Capital Campaign goal is $5 million; $3 million to build the residential facility and $2 million for an Operational Sustainability Fund.

For more information visit:


Jodi Maroney
Director of Development
Chatham-Kent Hospice
(519) 354-3113
Cell: (519) 784-9248