The hike is symbolic of the many challenges we face in life’s journey. We hike to support the pursuit of holistic and compassionate family-oriented hospice and palliative care so that people facing a life-limiting illness can live their final stage of life as fully and as fulfilling as possible, with dignity and reduced suffering, and in the company of loved ones.
This year we work towards raising much needed funding for the operation of the Jockey Club Home for Hospice, our new hospice centre situated in A Kung Kok Shan Road, Shatin.
The same old days….
Family reunion in the ensuite of JCHH
- Story of Ms Ho's family
What actually is the most important thing to a terminal patient? Uncle Ho answered this question with his stay at the Jockey Club Home for Hospice: wake up, and see all my loved ones around the bed, saying in gratitude, “Glad to see you all here.” (Click the Photo to read more)
The Recovering Path from Grief
- Sharing of Mr Lai Cheuk Bun, JTTC's volunteer
I joined the Alumni at Jessie and Thomas Tam Centre (JTTC). By assist in planning and taking part in various kinds of activities, such as outdoor visits, hiking, games and sharing meals, I gradually regained a sense of meaning in my life. (Click the Photo to read more)
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