Hospice Heroes are people of all ages who hold special events, organize activities and participate in fundraisers on our behalf. Hospice Heroes can gather together to produce a one-time event or repeat a fundraiser year after year.
Our Hospice Heroes are biking, bowling, crafting, riding, running, golfing and party planning to help Hospice of the Western Reserve make each day better for the patients and families we serve. Their fundraising support helps us provide exceptional care to all, regardless of ability to pay.
Hospice Heroes are community members who live all over Northern Ohio. They are individuals, families, clubs, civic and school organizations, or any kind or size of group.
Raise funds. It can be as simple as selling candy bars, as social as a luncheon or as big as a charity concert or golf/bowling outing. However you can imagine raising money, we’re here to help. (See below for great examples.)
Get crafty. Do you enjoy knitting, sewing or other crafting activities? Your skills may be able to help our patients feel more at ease.
Direct a drive. Collect and donate items on our Wish List. Every item donated helps improve the comfort of our patients and families.
Involve your friends. Do you belong to a social club or civic organization? Ask the group about joining Hospice Heroes. You can start the conversation by inviting us to speak at your next meeting.
Contact us today. To find out more on how to become a Hospice Hero, call or email Bridget Murphy at (216) 383-3715 or by email at email@example.com.
AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Rock-a-Thon supports us by rocking for a whole day in their rocking chairs. Rock on ladies.
Ashtabula Blues Project is a local blues band that jams for charity. Proceeds from their concerts, T-shirt and CD sales are donated to Hospice of the Western Reserve.
Comfort Elves use their talents to sew, knit and crochet pillows of all shapes and sizes for our patients.
McKinley-Murphy Golf Outing memorializes loved ones from both families who were cared for by Hospice of the Western Reserve.
Misty’s Wish gives back to our Pediatric Palliative Care program. Misty’s family and friends celebrate her life with a bowling party and fundraiser.
Saturday, September 27, 2014- 12:00 am to 12:00 am
Amvets Post 1971, Main Street, Perry, OH, United States
Hospice of the Western Reserve Development Office
17876 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44110
Email | Phone: 855.475.0245 (Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
A community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit hospice, tax ID: 34-1256377
Your donation is tax-deductible as permitted by law.