Mission Statement
We as an organization ensure quality holistic support to
those in our community with life limiting progressive illness,
through servicing and meeting their individualistic needs.
Who do we Serve?
Our West Niagara Community - members of all ages, male & female struggling
with end of life illnesses.  We support family members by providing caring,
compassionate volunteers.

Click here to view our catchment area map.
Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers gratefully acknowledges the support of the following:

Our Vision
To be a compassionate community service providing optimal
quality support for individuals and families.

148 Central Ave., Lower Level, | Grimsby, ON  L3M 4Z3
Who is Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers?

A registered charity organization that provides end of life support to the
residents of Grimsby, Beamsville, Smithville, Vineland, and Jordan.

Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers are educated in issues relating to
palliative care and bring a personal touch to the service through
compassion and support to the people we serve.

Our services are available
FREE of charge to anyone living with terminal or
life threatening illness while at home, hospital, hospice or care facility.  
Examples of what the Volunteers have done in the past include:  
companionship by providing someone to talk with, doing simple tasks such
as reading, writing letters, organizing family photos, or even finishing the
knitting of a sweater for a person too ill to finish on their own.  
Day program: We are excited
to announce the startup date
for the new “drop-in” Day
Program in partnership with
the Alzheimer Society.

This program was made
possible by a special grant
received from the Niagara
Community Foundation.

The Brain Wave Café is
located at Mountainview
Christian Reformed Church
(290 Main Street East)  

From 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.
This casual, drop-in service
will run consecutively on the
1st and 3rd Thursday of
every month offering
activities, companionship,
health related referral
information and of course
delicious refreshments.

The Café is open to everyone
and pre-registration is not
required. If you would like
further information please
contact RCVV at 905-309-

Please note the Alzheimer's
Society via RCVV can provide
valuable training and
information for Volunteers
with Clients who are dealing
with issues related to this
Alzheimer’s and Dementia
related diseases.
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Celebrating 30 years serving
the West Niagara Community!!!
Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers

Because Time is a Precious Gift
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