Hike it! Bike it! Either way, you'll like it!
Feel Good Inside and Out!
The Hike & Bike for Hospice follows a 6 kilometer route around Collingwood Trails, and is great fun for all ages. You can participate as a team with your family, friends and co-workers, or as an individual to raise funds and public awareness for Hospice Palliative Care.
With over 300 households expected to participate this year, we welcome every participant, volunteer, donor and supporter to be part of our family.
A community tradition!
Fundraising Stays in the Community
This spring, people across Canada will gather pledges and then Hike or Bike to raise funds and public awareness for Hospice Palliative Care. Hospice Georgian Triangle is part of that exercise. Palliative care is intended to ease the entire course of any life-limiting disease. It is support not only for the individual, but for their family as well.
The 2022 Hike & Bike for Hospice
Bring friends and family down to the Collingwood Trails on Sunday, May 29th, support your community and have some fun in the sun. Or rain. Either way, we want to see you there!
DATE: Sunday, May 29th, 2022
TIME: 9am - 2pm
LOCATION: Collingwood Trails
Get in on the action!
Be a volunteer!
It's great to be a volunteer.... have fun, help a good cause, get some high school co op hours or just good karma! Tap the button below to apply as a volunteer in one (or more) of the positions listed below.
Set-up/Tear-down Crew Member
The volunteer will be responsible for assisting the Team Lead and other volunteers with the general set up and tear-down of the event. Including tables, chairs, garbage/ recycling bins, and parking lot management.
Food Service Member
Team Lead and volunteers will be responsible for cooking, preparing and serving the food for the day. Other responsibilities may include assisting with food station set up and tear-down. Food Handling training is not required as there will be someone on site with these qualifications.
Registration Desk Member
The volunteers will be responsible for collecting pledge forms, collecting money, handing out lunch vouchers, have participants sign waivers (if required), track team totals of monies raised.
Will be responsible for greeting participants, sponsors and vendors. They will help guide participants to where they need to be, answer any questions someone may have, and help vendors to their required areas. This role could also include assisting with the raffle.
Will be required to assist with the kid/family zone which could include running the games, assisting with balloon art or face painting, family photo booth area. Other duties may arise on day of the event.