Wildflower seeds are available in Merritt at Purity Feeds, Dr Colin Gage chiropractor and Carrie Ware Accountants. We ask for min $5.00 donation.
Unfortunately, many people in our communities do not benefit from grief and bereavement support and other services provided by Merrit Hospice Society simply because they are unaware of the
services available to them. To help raise awareness of the diversity of support available to individuals and families in Merritt, Hospice will be selling wildflower seeds throughout the month of
April. Fundraising efforts of the Wildflower Bloom Campaign will help Merritt Hospice Society continue to deliver quality services to our community.
The goal of the Wildflower campaign is to raise funds for hospice societies while also raising awareness of the many services they offer. Since hospice services
are as diverse as wildflowers, we will be selling wildflower seeds to bloom in appreciation of community hospice societies across B.C. and the Yukon. Support for this campaign will mean more
people in our communities will become aware of the hospice services available to individuals and their loved ones to ease the pains and challenges of a serious illness, at the end of life, as
well as their grief journeys. The fundraising efforts will also help hospice societies continue to deliver quality services throughout the province and territory.
Merritt & District Hospice Society
#12-2025 Granite Avenue
Our office hours are Thursdays from 9 am to 12 pm.