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Comox Valley chocolate business raises money for hospice

AS PRESENTED BY Denny Beeman, Jorden Marshall and Lynn Brandon (left to right), Hot Chocolates is helping to raise money for the Comox Valley Hospice Society.  - Photo by James Peacock
AS PRESENTED BY Denny Beeman, Jorden Marshall and Lynn Brandon (left to right), Hot Chocolates is helping to raise money for the Comox Valley Hospice Society.
— image credit: Photo by James Peacock

The Comox Valley Hospice Society has been providing compassionate care to those who are palliative and bereaved in our valley for almost 30 years.

We are so fortunate to have had the generous support of individuals and businesses in the community. This support is essential to making these services possible.

This year, Hot Chocolates has partnered with the Comox Valley Hospice Society to produce wonderful chocolate bars as a way for everyone to be able to join in helping make hospice services available to all who need them — both today and in to the future. Although most of us prefer to avoid thinking about grief and loss, this is a part of life that at some point, touches each and every one of us.

If you’d like to lend a hand to this effort, boxes of 24 bars are available from the Comox Valley Hospice Society office by calling 250-339-5533.  They make a great customer appreciation gift or can be individually had for a $5 donation.

Remember that 100 per cent of your donation to the Comox Valley Hospice Society remains right here in our valley to help our residents.

— Comox Valley Hospice Society

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