Camrose Chase The Ace

The Charities

Hospice Society of Camrose and District

The Hospice Society of Camrose and District (HSCD) is excited to have been chosen as the major project recipient for the Chase the Ace Progressive raffle. 20% of ticket sales from every event in the raffle is designated for donation to HSCD. This event the spotlight is on:

iPad Program

Staying connected during Covid-19 is one of the goals of the Hospice iPad program. The 24 Hospice iPads have been loaned to people for art therapy, reading, listening to music, connecting with family and friends on Facebook or Zoom, or joining in an exercise class.

Volunteer Margo McPhail said placing the iPads with isolated, or grieving people, has been a lifeline during the time of Covid-19.

“It opens up a whole world to them,” said McPhail. “I think it’s extra important. In times like this, it is so important for their mental and physical health.”

McPhail and volunteers set up the computers and offer technical support to help get seniors and others to become comfortable using the iPad. Click on the link to find out more information about the iPad program or call our office at 780-608-0636 for more details. It doesn’t cost anything to borrow the iPads, but our programs rely on your donations.


BGC (Camrose Boys and Girls Club) will receive 20% of ticket sales from this event for their Summer Adventures program supplies, operating their bus, and staff wages.

In the Camrose Community since 1989, BGC Camrose serves children and youth ages 5 – 21 by providing them with social, recreational, leadership, educational, and volunteer programming. On average 250 youth a year are served by 150 volunteers providing after-school (grades 1-5), Mentoring (grades 6-8), Keystone (grades 7 -12) and summer (grades 1-5) programming.

The Summer Adventures program offers seven weeks of day trip adventures (festivals, museums, theme parks, zoos and recreation centres) related to the theme of the week, including water, arts & culture, animals, food, science, and sports & adventure, to children and youth in Camrose and surrounding areas.

Summer Adventures runs from 9:00 to 4:00 between July 4th and August 18th, serving:

  • Grades K-5, four (4) days per week, for five (5) weeks
  • Grades 3-5, four (4) days per week, for one (1) week
  • Grades 6-9, three (3) days per week, for one (1) week
  • Rural community children in grades K-5, one (1) day per week, for six (6) weeks

Rural programming is offered in partnership with the Camrose Family Resource Centre. BGC Camrose is providing transportation and admissions at no cost to participants.

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