Heart ‘n Home Hospice & Palliative Care consistently acts with truthfulness and purpose to develop and maintain a reputation of excellence in the communities we serve.
For example, Heart ‘n Home has offered support and will continue to offer their support, in times of community hardships. Heart ‘n Home Social Workers have been dispatched to local high schools, emergency rooms, churches, and community agencies in times of distress and need without any expectation of compensation or recognition. It is integrity and singleness of purpose to serve that drives us to respond freely to the needs of our communities.
Heart ‘n Home also provides community support through donations. Priority is always given to local organizations within the areas we serve and are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Individuals, groups, or organizations requesting support must complete the Donation Request Form, following all guidelines.
Donation Request Form
“In helping others, we shall help ourselves . . . for whatever good we
give out, comes back to us and completes the circle.”
- Flora Edwards
A donation form is not required for community bereavement or for tragedies that occur outside of our normally offered Heart ‘n Home bereavement support. Heart ‘n Home believes in helping those in need especially during times of crisis. Please contact any Heart ‘n Home office or call 1-800-HOSPICE for immediate support.
Funds allocated for this category are designed to assist the communities we serve in a variety of ways and include, but are not limited to sponsorships and /or support of community events, fundraisers, activities, etc.
The elderly in our communities are often underserved and overlooked. This category is designed to provide support and assistance with health development programs, staff development programs, senior citizen programs, Meals on Wheels, etc.
Heart ‘n Home is committed to the success of our youth and as a result desires to support athletics, clubs, activities, programs, events, etc. offered both in schools and in the community.