Walk/Run for the Care
The IAH Walk/Run for the Care is our main annual fundraiser. The event is usually held on the first Sunday in June at Mentor College in Mississauga. The grounds and facilities of Mentor College are generously donated to us for use for the event.
Our families and supporters come out and walk or run in memory of a loved one to raise money for the hospice, and then enjoy a BBQ picnic lunch. It is an opportunity for our community to come together in support and remember our loved ones.
For more information please contact Heidi Harrigan, our Volunteer and Event Manager by email at email@example.com or by phone at (905) 337-8004.
The Memory Wall, which is situated on the grounds of the hospice, was conceptualized and funded by Margaret Anderson, Founder of Ian Anderson House. We engrave the wall annually, with residents names whose family have made a donation for a “Day of Care” for our six residents.
A reception is held for families and friends on the grounds of Ian Anderson House when the panels are back in the garden. Families are also welcome to visit the Memory Wall at any time.
For more information about the Memory Wall, please contact Margaret Marino (905) 337-8004 or Margaret@ianandersonhouse.com
Tree of Lights
The Tree of Lights Celebration is a Hospice tradition around the world.
Each year the event is held on the first Sunday in December on the grounds of Ian Anderson House.
Families are invited to join us for the lighting of our tree, Carol singing, desserts, and hot chocolate and cider.
Third Party Events
A Third Party event is an event that is created and hosted by an individual, group or organization that is not Ian Anderson House, but is for the benefit of Ian Anderson House.
Each year many generous individuals and organizations host events in support of the hospice, and we are truly grateful for their efforts and generosity. We rely on third party events to help us meet our annual budget requirements.
If you are interested in hosting an event, or for more information, please contact Heidi Harrigan, our Volunteer and Event Manager by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (905) 337-8004.