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Local volunteer inducted into June Callwood Circle

Hospice Orillia volunteer Allison Mason recognized for 'remarkable service and unwavering dedication'
Allison Mason, left, is pictured with Ashley MacGregor of Hospice Orillia. Mason has been inducted into the June Callwood Circle of Outstanding Volunteers for the work she does in the Perinatal Loss Program with Hospice Orillia and the North Simcoe Muskoka Hospice Palliative Care Network.

Hospice Orillia proudly announces the induction of Allison Mason into the esteemed June Callwood Circle of Outstanding Volunteers, recognizing her exceptional dedication and contribution to the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Outreach Program of the North Simcoe Muskoka (PILO).

Allison Mason has long been a beacon of selflessness and compassion within our community, tirelessly devoting her time and energy to supporting those who have experienced a pregnancy or infant loss. Her unwavering commitment and passion have not only made a significant impact but also inspired others to join in the noble pursuit of bringing the community together to create a safe and supportive network of resources for families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss.

“We are thrilled to honour Allison Mason for her remarkable service and unwavering dedication,” said Louise Brazier, bereavement services co-ordinator at Hospice Orillia. “Her tireless efforts and compassionate spirit exemplify the values of the HPCO June Callwood Circle of Outstanding Volunteers.”

The HPCO June Callwood Circle of Outstanding Volunteers recognizes individuals who embody the legacy of June Callwood, a renowned Canadian journalist, author, and social activist known for her tireless advocacy for social justice and volunteerism. Through their exemplary service, inductees like Allison Mason continue to carry forward Callwood’s legacy, making meaningful contributions to their communities and beyond.

Allison’s induction into the June Callwood Circle serves as a testament to her exceptional character, dedication, and the profound impact she has made on the lives of those around her. Her commitment to Hospice Orillia serves as an inspiration to us all, demonstrating the profound difference that one person can make through compassion and action.

Please join us in congratulating Allison Mason on this well-deserved honour and thanking her for her invaluable contributions to our community.

For more information on the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Outreach program of North Simcoe Muskoka please visit



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