30 Hour Telethon Update

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2018 Telethon live on YourTV, February 24 & 25, 2018.

The 30 Hour Telethon on YourTV, a community fundraiser supporting the hospice palliative care needs of clients and their families in 23 communities throughout Leeds & Grenville - at home, in Senior Residences, Long Term Care facilities and at the Brockville General Hospital.

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The 30 Hour Telethon
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Brockville, ON
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2017 Entertainment Lineup

Saturday February 25, 2017

12 Noon Terry O'Reilly & Friends
1 PM Jeff Callery
2 PM Sue Baker Quartet
3 PM Absolute Country
4 PM The Thousand Islanders Chorus
5 PM The Grand Jook
6 PM Broadway Dance Academy
6:30 PM Debbie Hyland
7 PM Four Seasons Dance Academy
7:30 PM Off The Grid
8 PM Country Road 5
9 PM Sandy Wilson & Friends

Sunday February 26, 2017

8 AM Bread of Life Dancers
8:30 AM Thrill Dancers
9:00 AM Highway Church Music Team
9:30 AM Murray Golledge Trio
10 AM The Peer Church Praise Band
11 AM Tony Komery Guitar
12 Noon Teachers & Money Man
1 PM The Heat
2 PM Jay "Smitty" Smith
3 PM Fabulous Belairs
4 PM Alexander's Big Time Band
5 PM Tom Wilson & His Western All- Stars

Sponsors

The 30 Hour Telethon receives generous support from the following:

YourTV

Freedom 55 Financial

2017 Hourly Sponsors

Saturday February 25, 2017

12 to 1 pm Brockville & District Lions Club
1 to 2 pm Bridlewood Manor
2 to 3 pm May Court Club of Brockville
3 to 4 pm ScotiaBank
4 to 5 pm Kriska Transportation
5 to 6 pm MacEwen Petroleum
6 to 7 pm Knights of Columbus
7 to 8 pm Brockville & District Civitan Club
8 to 9 pm RE/MAX Hometown Realty
9 to 10 pm The Kinsmen Club of Brockville

Sunday February 26, 2017

8 to 9 am The Pier Christian Church
9 to 10 am Brockville General Volunteers Assoc
10 to 11 am TD Canada Trust
11 to 12 am Canarm
12 to 1 pm Burnbrae Farms
1 to 2 pm Pharmacists
2 to 3 pm Royal Canadian Legion
3 to 4 pm The Stars Hour
4 to 5 pm Physicians
5 to 6 pm Freedom 55 Financial

About the 30 Hour Telethon for Brockville and District Hospice Palliative Care Services

The Brockville and District Hospice Palliative Care Service does not receive funding through the Provincial Health Care funding envelope.

The Service originated in 1979 under the auspices of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul (Brockville - St. Vincent de Paul Hospital). It has become a cherished and exemplary service in our Community with high standards of care - an innovative model, and an educational model for other palliative care programs across Canada.

In 1983 a man with a young family lost his wife due to cancer, and he wanted to thank the Service for the care and support his wife and family had received. He talked over an idea with a group of friends from the community and that idea became the Palliative Care Services Telethon, Brockville. Local TV and Media and the Brockville Musicians Association embraced the idea and in 1984 the first telethon benefiting palliative care services became a reality. Local and district community groups and volunteers came together in support of this first-time endeavour. Out of a family's grief came a major independent community fund-raiser for palliative care services in our local Community. We will never forget the original "friends" and the hundreds of volunteers and supporters who continue to make it happen each year.

 

Did you know that…

  • The 2017 Telethon raised $250,947 - a RECORD YEAR - bringing the total over the past 34 years to $3.5 million dollars to support Hospice Palliative Care services in our community. This service is unfunded by the Ministry and every cent stays local!
  • It is estimated that over 7000 volunteers throughout Leeds & Grenville have contributed time over this period to make this Telethon a success. All money raised remains in our Community and the Telethon is run 100% by volunteers.
  • This was the 34th year of live broadcast for the Telethon, raising money to support the local Hospice Palliative Care program in our community.
  • Please help to keep this service alive!