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Home. Compassion. Support. Providing compassionate, community based, end-of-life support wherever people call home. Our volunteers are the heart of our organization. Prairie Hospice Society says "THANK YOU!"

We Appreciate our Volunteers

Prairie Hospice Society appreciates each one of our volunteers that give so much, theytruly are the heart of our organization. Our volunteers make such a difference for somany in our community. Their willingness to give their time and support for the past 10years allows us to continue to fulfill our mission. We have served over…

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Learn more about the services we provide our clients and their families, including our programs Hospice without Walls, Hospice Now and Bereavement Support.

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Your donation can make a difference in the lives of the hundreds of Saskatoon residents we serve each year. Funds support volunteer training and client services.

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Our volunteers are the heart of Prairie Hospice Society. Volunteers receive comprehensive training in order to offer non-medical support to people living with a terminal illness.

What is hospice care?

Hospice care is meant for people in the final stages of a terminal illness and provides support for people to die painlessly and with dignity, ensuring both the people receiving the care and their loved ones get the resources they need to allow that to happen.


The Prairie Hospice Society community is brimming with stories about people we care for, our volunteers, and the work we’re doing.

With an Open Mind, and Open Arms

Gail Bissett is a passionate person; she’s one of those people who laughs loudly, has many interests, is positive and upbeat, and is very engaging. She has travelled extensively, has reached her goal of visiting every continent on Earth, including Antarctica. As we visit over her dining room table it’s quickly evident what one of…

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You are Not Alone with Prairie Hospice

Having lived in the town of Nokomis for 47 years, Marilyn Steve-Zorn never expected to move to the city. In Nokomis, she had a lovely two-storey home, a huge garden with mature fruit trees on a triple lot, lifelong friends. But in 2013, her husband David was diagnosed with kidney cancer. “And he was only…

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A Family of the Heart

For the last 17 years of her career, Dawn worked at John Dolan, a school in Saskatoon that serves students with multiple disabilities. With a Masters Degree in Exceptional Education, she worked half-time in the classrooms and half-time as Vice Principal – eventually Principal. “I worked with children and young adults with intense special needs,”…

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