Meet Our Donors


We are blessed to live and to operate our Society in the generous, caring and committed communities of Oliver, Osoyoos, and Okanagan Falls.  We express our profound gratitude to the sponsors and donors who collaborate with us so that we can provide critical services to those in need in our communities. 

Our work is only possible due to the ongoing support of individuals, clubs, businesses, and organizations. Thank You does not start to express our appreciation to our supporters.


Community Services Recovery Fund – IT Upgrades
Town of Osoyoos Community Services Grant – Printing resource materials, use of community bus.
Fest of Ale – NavCare program
Osoyoos Credit Union Community Giving Grant – Volunteer Training
Housing Provider IT Grant – IT Upgrades
Help Age Canada – Stepping out of Grief program
Kiwanis Club of Oliver donation – Various programs including grief support
Osoyoos Home Building Centre – fundraising Barbecue

We thank you all for your support.  This funding went toward upgrading our IT system, training of volunteers, providing printed resource materials to the communities, and provided funding for our Stepping out of Grief program which helps those who lost someone close to them go out and even for a short time, have some fun and meet others in the same situation.

Larry Stone and Valerie Rasmussen of the Osoyoos Rotary Club present Linda Larson, DVHS President with cheque for $1,000.  This money will be used for our Memories and Messages Program.

Osoyoos Credit Union Community Giving Fund 2022 of $3,000 – left to right – Rita Crone, Director; Linda Larson, President;  Maria Dias OCU, Janette Van Vianen, Administrator;  Margaret Ingebrigtson, Director.

Okanagan Fest of Ale “Giving Back” Charity 2023 event.
Desert Valley Hospice Society received $2,120 for our NavCare program.

Desert Valley Hospice Society received $561.65 from Osoyoos Home Building Centre which was raise through their BBQ Fundraiser.  We appreciate their support of DVHS and our programs.

Larry Larson of the Oliver Kiwanis Club presents  DVHS Vice-President Maureen Doerr with cheque for $1,000 at the 2023 annual Hike for Hospice.

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