Why YOU should consider supporting the
Compassionate Care Hospice
YOU APPRECIATE THE LIFE YOU HAVE BEEN GIVEN
The Compassionate Care Hospice Foundation, Inc. (CCHF) is the calm in the heart of the storm for hospice patients who are in a dire financial situation and terminally ill. When there is nowhere else to turn, CCHF pays for life’s basics – food, shelter, utilities and comfort items whenever possible and offers additional Veterans and Pet programs for hospice patients.
YOU SHARE YOUR BLESSINGS WITH OTHERS
I’m certain you know how much this kindness will truly mean to a person on hospice, living on limited funds and making the
difficult decision to feed the family, purchase medications or pay daily expenses. When someone is diagnosed with a
terminal illness the bills don’t stop – mortgage or rent has to be paid, so does the electric, phone bills, as well as other
expenses that go along with running a household.
YOU UNDERSTAND THE URGENCY OF THE NEED
Since 2004, The Compassionate Care Hospice Foundation has provided help to more than 47,000 individuals and nearly $6,000,000 in direct financial assistance for life’s basics – food, shelter, utilities and comfort items when possible. Impoverished hospice patients receive help from our organization, throughout 24 states, which include Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.
"CCHF receives its financial support from generous & thoughtful individuals, hospice & medical staff & corporations from around the United States. Our most sincere thanks to the patients & families who have named CCHF as the beneficiary or donated in loving memory of someone they held so dear." Judy Grey MTA, RN.C (President of the Board of Trustees)