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National Volunteer Week April 15-21

National Volunteer Week April 15-21

During National Volunteer Week, Hope & Cope is pleased to salute Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers! This is an impressive number that speaks to the spirit of community all across the country, from rural villages and small towns to big cities like Montreal. From a small...

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

What are your resolutions for 2018? If you - or a loved one – are coping with cancer, perhaps you have resolved to reach out for support. We encourage you to give us a call, at our main office (514 340-8255) or our Wellness Centre (514 340-3616), and take advantage of...

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Special awards presented at volunteer reception

Special awards presented at volunteer reception

Two-thousand-and-seventeen has been a very special year as we continue to celebrate both the 36th anniversary of Hope & Cope and the 10th anniversary of our Cancer Wellness Centre. In honour of these milestones, Hope & Cope held a special Volunteer Reception at the...

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Answering the call

Answering the call

Our 2016 Annual Review is out and we are pleased to share it with you! In these pages, you will find numerous examples of people who answered the call and in many cases, who made the calls, as volunteers, as cancer survivors, as caregivers, as ordinary people moved to...

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#NationalVolunteerWeek [TBT] From a small group of 10 volunteers when Hope & Cope opened in 1981, we have grown dramatically over the years. Our volunteer body now counts 460 volunteers who bring their heart, skills and compassion to their work.

À partir du petit groupe des10 bénévoles qui, à l’origine, ont fondé L’espoir, c’est la vie en 1981, nous nous sommes développés de façon spectaculaire, au cours des années. Nous comptons maintenant 460 bénévoles qui mettent leur coeur, leurs habiletés et leur compassion au service de leur travail.
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#NationalVolunteerWeek Volunteers Barbara Hops and Mariam Bowen are hard at work planning Hope & Cope's Annual Cancer Survivorship Day, which, this year, will take place on June 19th and feature guest speaker Susan Wener. Stay tuned for more details!

Notre Journée annuelle de la survie aura lieu le 19 juin. Conférencière invitée : Susan Wener. Détails à suivre.
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"The volunteers at the Wellness Centre are the spirit of the Centre. They inspire participants to live life at its best. They are a great source of inspiration for the participants and for us."
- Sophie Blondin, Coordinator of Education and Support Programs, Hope & Cope Wellness Centre

"Les bénévoles du Centre de bien-être incarnent l’esprit même du Centre. Pour les participants, ils sont la source d’inspiration qui leur permet de vivre leur vie à son meilleur. Ils nous inspirent tous, tant les participants que nous-mêmes."
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2 days ago

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"The volunteers at the Wellness Centre are the spirit of the Centre. They inspire participants to live life at its best. They are a great source of inspiration for the participants and for us."
- Sophie Blondin, Coordinator of Education and Support Programs, Hope & Cope Wellness Centre

"Les bénévoles du Centre de bien-être incarnent l’esprit même du Centre. Pour les participants, ils sont la source d’inspiration qui leur permet de vivre leur vie à son meilleur. Ils nous inspirent tous, tant les participants que nous-mêmes."
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“I get so much more than I give.” That’s the answer we often hear when we ask our volunteers what motivates them to give their time to Hope & Cope. Compassionate, wise, knowledgable, creative and caring, our volunteers are the BEST! Thank you on behalf of the staff as well as the patients and caregivers whose lives you touch in ways too numerous to count!

“Je reçois tellement plus que ce que je donne.” C’est la réponse que nous entendons bien souvent quand nous demandons à nos bénévoles ce qui les motive à donner de leur temps à L’espoir, c’est la vie. Compatissants, pleins de sagesse et de savoir, créatifs et prévenants, nos bénévoles sont les MEILLEURS! Grand merci de la part du personnel, des patients et des aidants dont vous avez changé la vie de toutes sortes de manières, trop longues à énumérer ici!
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