Rain Barrels at a Great Price For You…Hub Hospice Palliative Care Clients Benefit

Pennies don’t fall from heaven. But you can save yourself more than a few pennies if you buy yourself (or someone else…Father’s Day is just around the corner) one of our rain barrels! You’ll have a healthier, happier garden—plants love the air temperature water. If you’re in town, you’ll save on your water bill, if you’re on a well, you’ll use less water; it will help keep water away from the foundation of your home or cottage, and you’ll protect local waterways. You will also save a LOT of pennies because of the excellent price of these rain barrels. And, you’ll be supporting a worthwhile cause in your own neighbourhood. Win, win.

Hub Hospice Palliative Care has partnered with RainBarrel.ca, and we are happy to say that our price is only $60, which is a fraction of the regular retail price for a rain barrel. The cost includes leaf and mosquito filter basket, spigot/tap, overflow adaptor and overflow hose.

How do you get your rain barrel? Well, you have to hurry — they must be pre-ordered online by May 31, 2019. Inventory is limited, so many colours and styles sell out quickly. But, it’s easy. Just visit https://rainbarrel.ca/hubhospice/

You’ll be able to pick up your new rain barrel on Saturday, June 8, 2019, between 9 a.m. and noon at the Municipality of Mississippi Mills Municipal Garage, 3131 Old Perth Road, Almonte.

Visit www.rainbarrel.ca/hubhospice to learn more.

Questions or trouble ordering online? Call 613-315-3913.

About Hub Hospice Palliative Care
Hub Hospice Palliative Care (HHPC) is a not-for-profit registered Canadian charity funded through donations and targeted fundraising initiatives. We are a “Hospice without walls.” We provide compassionate in-home support for adult clients and their families who have received a life-threatening or terminal diagnosis. Services are provided in the North Lanark area by a trained volunteer, in a confidential, respectful and client-centered manner under the supervision of a registered nurse. Visit www.hubhospice.com for information or to request the support of a visiting volunteer.