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As the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, The Salvation Army offers unprecedented support to society’s most vulnerable. When you give to The Salvation Army, you are giving hope today by investing in the future of marginalized and overlooked people. 

In fact, 86 cents of every dollar is used to sustain life-changing programs that bring hope to hurting souls! (86% programs & services, 7% administrative support, 4% fundraising, 3% other) 

If you would like to make a donation in person please contact us.

How To Support Us

Rotary Hospice House receives funding from Coastal Health and the Salvation Army that contributes towards our ability to maintain operations at a high standard, however we have outstanding needs outside our current funding model. Funds that we have received from donations and fundraising have enabled us recently to upgrade and purchase the following: 10 stryker hospital beds, 10 bedside tables, 1 recliner, recover 9 recliners, upgrade a ceiling lift, 1 roho mattress, 1 picnic table, 1 bike rack, 1 vacuum cleaner, and resident call bells.

Further to these, we would like to: Upgrade the family room furniture, upgrade the living room furniture, Install new flooring in the resident rooms, and refresh our art work.

If you would like to help us fund the items listed above, or if you have a special project in mind, please see the funding options below.


If you would like to donate to Rotary Hospice House, you can contact the Hospice directly at (604) 207-1212 during business hours or use the Salvation Army website.

We receive donations from individuals and from organizations including regular donations from Rotary Club of Richmond, Richmond Chinatown Lions Club Society,  Army, Navy and Airforce Vets of Canada, Unit 284


If you or your organization would like to initiate a fundraising project for RHH, please contact the Executive Director at (604)207-1212 or

Community Partners

Many organizations in Richmond recognize the special place that RHH house has in the community. For example, we receive sponsorship for events for our staff and volunteers. If you would like to become a community partner and offer sponsorship for specific events, please contact the Executive Director at (604) 207-1212 or

Here are some of the organizations and businesses that have supported us in this way in the past (2006-2020): BC Brick, B.C. Housing, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Chippendale Foundation, Columbia Chrysler Dodge Jeep Richmond, Credit Union of BC, Fannies Florist, Gordon Food Service, Home Depot, Linda Reid, M.L.A., Linus Project (Gilmore Park United Church Quilters), London Drugs, Long & McQuade, M & M Meats Richmond, Mayor Malcolm Brodie, Nancy Yurkovich, Paul A. Brown, Richmond Chinatown Lions Club, Richmond Gateway Theatre, Richmond Rotary Club, Save-on-Foods Ironwood, Save-on-Foods Terra Nova,  Steveston Rotary, Sutherland Foundation, TAGOR Textile Arts Guild of Richmond, Tzu Chi Foundation, Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver Foundation