Newsletter – September 2022

September already and as this goes live, we’re only 15 weeks away from Christmas. I’m not sure about you, but I know every year I think, next year I’m going to be organised. Well, sorry to say, same place as I was last year. Hindsight, they say is a wonderful thing. So enjoy our Issue […]

Newsletter – July 2022

We are super excited to share our first Newsletter! It’s a fantastic way for us to connect with you with upcoming events and let you know what we’ve been up too. If you would like us to email you with our monthly Newsletter, please email and we’ll add you to our mailing list. Thank […]

Volunteering at Fraser Coast Hospice

Volunteering at Fraser Coast Hospice

Volunteers are the lifeblood of any community organisation, such as the Hospice.

We are looking for generous people who can offer their time to help us provide our much needed service to the community.

Can you or your business help out?

FCHA AGM October 2020 Reports

Below you can find a copy of our Treasurer’s Report and Presidents Report for Fraser Coast Hospice. Viewable in PDF Format. Treasurers report AGM October 2020 Click here Presidents Report – FCHA AGM October 2020 Click here

Council provides land for hospice

Construction on a much-needed hospice facility will start mid 2020 Council is delighted to help the Fraser Coast Hospice Association Inc. by providing a peppercorn lease for the facility on 222 Urraween Road, Hervey Bay. The Federal Government has also provided a $7 million grant as part of the #HinklerRegionalDeal to build and operate the […]

Fraser Coast Hospice Association Welcome Keystone Architects –

In November 2019, Fraser Coast Hospice Association officially welcomed Marian and Keystone Architects to begin working with us to plan and design our Hospice Building. We are excited to finally see some plans on paper and the ease the committee has in working with Marian and her team’s expertise in assisting us to design a […]

Dying with dignity

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In the last fifty years, social trends have changed and most people – more than 8 in 10 by best estimates – die in hospitals rather than in their own homes. This change reflected the growing number of treatments available in hospitals. The medical profession increasingly saw death as failure. Cancer and progressive neurological conditions […]