Your gifts change lives.
When you make a donation to Chaplaincy Health Care you are ensuring that no one in our community suffers through life-limiting illness alone, grieves alone, or faces life’s challenges alone. Your contributions help to provide expert guidance to all who need it, not just those who can afford it.
WAYS TO GIVE
Join us on Tuesday, November 29 as we celebrate Giving Tuesday! Santa will be at the Repeat Boutique in Richland from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. collecting gifts for our Hospice House and Cork’s Place programs.
If you are unable to drop off an item on Giving Tuesday, you can make a cash gift to help support both Hospice House and Cork’s Place.
Ribbons of Remembrance
Dedicate your gift in honor of someone you appreciate or in memory of someone you miss this holiday season.
Your gift of $25 or more will work throughout the year, helping hospice patients live their last days in comfort and dignity, surrounded by the people they love. In recognition of each gift, a ribbon will be tied to our holiday tree, and the name you provide will be placed on our virtual remembrance wall.
Chaplaincy Cork’s Place is the only grief support facility in our area that is specifically designed for children and teens. Cork’s Place is free of charge and provides a safe and supportive environment where children, teens and families who are grieving a death can share their experiences as they move through their healing process.
With no other child and teen grief support facility in southeastern Washington, it is a crucial service for our community. Cork’s Place is funded by community support and is a service that couldn’t be offered without generous donors, like you.
In Honor or Memorial Of
Make a heartfelt gift in remembrance of a loved one or in appreciation of someone special while benefiting future patients and families dealing with illness, loss, and grief.
Hospice Care Campaign
When you give a gift to the Hospice Care Campaign, you help people in our community complete their end-of-life journey in comfort and dignity, regardless of their ability to pay. As part of the hospice benefit, hospice patients and their families receive chaplain, volunteer and bereavement care.
These three critical services are required by Medicare, but we do not receive reimbursement for them — at a substantial cost to our agency. Your generous investment makes these services possible.
We believe in living your best life, at every stage. Stages of grief, illness and end of life are no different. To make this possible, we are in-need of a new Hospice Care Center and Cork’s Place Bereavement Center.
We are asking our community to show the same compassion they showed over 25 years ago, when they built our original Hospice House. Please consider a gift to the Best Life Campaign and help those who are in-need of care make the most of every moment and live their very best lives.
Area of Greatest Need
When you give a gift to the Area of Greatest Need, you support our programs that are most in-need of support. This might include our hospice, hospice house, Cork’s Place or endowment.