CanadaHelps.org, a not-for-profit charity portal and a registered public charitable foundation that seeks to promote and facilitate philanthropy through online giving. CanadaHelps.org offers its services at no cost to the donor.


There are unique ways of planning your gift to the Northumberland Hospice Care Centre Campaign, some of the ways you can donate are as follows:


Give a lasting memory with the "Buy-A-Brick" Campaign. Bricks are $250 each. As a donor who has selected to support Ed’s House through Buy-a-Brick, you have the opportunity to engrave your 8 x 8 brick. Each brick can accommodate 4 lines with 8-10 characters per line. To purchase a brick, please click the button below.

CASH (cheque) & PLEDGES

Cash donations to the Campaign are acceptable and welcome as outright gifts or in the form of a pledge and recognition opportunities are available.  VISA, MasterCard and monthly debits are also acceptable ways to give. Cheques can be made payable to Community Care Northumberland, and  in the memo please indicate Ed’s House.


Often a more tax effective way to make a major donation without the encroachment of liquid assets is via a gift of securities (stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other securities). Northumberland Hospice Care Centre partners with the following three Financial teams, CIBC Wood Gundy, RBC Dominion Securities and BMO Nesbitt Burns, however this does not mean that you are limited to using only these three financial groups, you are more than welcome to always work with the Financial Institution of your choice.


Donate Online

Through northumberlandhospice.ca as well as through CanadaHelps.org, both offer the service to donate at no cost to the donor. Through CanadaHelps you can donate in memory of a loved one or in honour of someone special.


A donor would outline within their Will the specific instruction to leave a gift to Northumberland Hospice Care.

Charitable Number

# BN132198748 RR0001



Honouring the journey

I am amazed by the courage and openness that is gifted to us by clients and families when they allow us to be part of their journey, which ultimately is all our journeys.

– LIBBY BAILEY, Hospice Service Coordinator, Community Care Northumberland