Evening for the Angels

Join us for an evening with the stars, under the stars in the courtyard at the Richland Red Lion as we gather to support Chaplaincy Hospice House. This year’s theme is “The Great American Songbook” performed by Cathy Kelly, accompanied by  Steve Haberman. New this year is a Social Hour beginning at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. As usual, we’ll be serving superb wines and decadent chocolates.

Chaplaincy Health Care Spring Newsletter

Our Spring Newsletter is blooming with information! Read about our 2nd annual Heart of Healing fundraising event for Cork’s Place and the announcement of our second thrift store location. That’s right! Repeat Boutique will be opening the end of March in the Uptown Shopping Center in Richland.

Our spring support groups are listed as well as our current “wish lists” for each program. Your support makes a big different and allows us to continue offering quality compassionate care to those in our community who are dealing with serious illness, end-of-life, or loss.

Click here to read the Spring Newsletter.


Chaplaincy Hospice Leads in Cornea Donation

RICHLAND, WA – Chaplaincy Hospice Care, a local, non-profit hospice providing care both in-home and at the community Hospice House has been identified as a leading provider of cornea donation in the region by SightLife.


Over 20 years of partnership with SightLife (formally known as the Northwest Lions Eye Bank) Chaplaincy Hospice Care has helped over 430 families honor their loved one’s wish to help others through cornea donation. That has potentially helped over 860 men, women and children see again through those generous gifts.

In 2017, Chaplaincy Hospice Care’s partnership with SighLife resulted in 34 cornea donors restoring sight to 42 men, women and children. In addition, Chaplaincy Hospice Care is the leading cornea donation hospice program in Central and Eastern Washington; the fourth largest cornea donation hospice program in Washington State and the second highest cornea donation program in the Tri-Cities.

Chaplaincy Hospice Care offers families the opportunity to donate their loved one’s corneas. After a family agrees, SightLife educates and counsels grieving families and takes a hands-on approach to personally assess, preserve and transport each donor’s gift with care and precision, in a timely manner, to ensure the best outcome. A donor’s gift is never taken for granted.

Kelly Karr, RN, Director of Clinical Services states “We’ve been working with SightLife for more than 20 years. It’s a great organization and it’s very meaningful to be able to offer this way of giving back to the families we serve through hospice. I think the families really appreciate the opportunity.”


Memorial Service

Please join us for a special memorial service of recognition, music and prayer. Anyone who wants to remember a loved one who has died is welcome.