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Buy rain barrels and support Hub Hospice

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, 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

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 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 for information or to request the support of a visiting volunteer.




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