Please join us for Coffee & Conversation with Rev. Kathy Berry, memory support Chaplain at Westminster Canterbury Richmond “When Words Fail” We will talk about how to assess and address people’s spiritual and religious needs throughout different stages of dementia.
Special Thanks to Prince George Vigilant Self Storage for selecting Crater Community Hospice as their February business of the month! Vigilant is located on Commerce Rd. (off Middle Rd) in Prince George.
Strosinder Chevrolet has graciously donated a free oil change and state inspection on our behalf as this months’ drawing giveaway! Enter soon for your chance to win!
Thanks again to both Vigilant Self Storage and Strosnider Chevrolet! Together we can make a difference in OUR community!
Contact Vigilant Self Storage and Sign up for their Newsletter and ask how to sign up for the raffle.
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Thank you Regina Taggart of Cancer Linc and Freda Wilkins, MSW, M. DIV, of Massey Cancer Center, VCU for your
very informative presentation and support to the community. Regina offered helpful information from Cancer Linc
and the services they offer in the community to help link cancer patients and their families to legal and financial
resources, for more information please contact them at 804-272-5462. Freda Wilkins offered us the wonderful gift of
Caring for the Caregiver, she showed us how important it is for caregivers to take care of themselves and offered us
some valuable self care and relaxation techniques that were beneficial to all of those who were present.
For more information or additional caregiver resources feel free to contact Patti Cox at 804-840-6454 or
On December 14th, Crater Community Hospice kicked off the Holidays with a trip to the Illuminate Light Show at Meadow Event Park in Doswell. The deluxe motor coach was reserved through Winn Transportation and allowed us to ride in style through the beautiful show.
Fifty-five people joined us for the trip. Crater Community Hospice used this trip as a fundraiser and “the profits will benefit our respite program,” said Tracy Taliaferro, Crater Community Hospice CEO.
The riders thanked us for the opportunity to see the light show and for arranging the trip. Everyone had a great time and several asked if this would be an annual event!
Thank you to all of those who joined us for this wonderful and festive event and who helped to raise awareness and funds to support our respite program!
Crater Community Hospice Thrift Shop has a
two fold mission. All the proceeds from the
shop sales go to provide outstanding hospice
care to our patients in the Petersburg and
tri-city areas. We strive to offer high quality,
affordable merchandise to the community.
We also accept donations from those who
no longer want items they no longer need.
Join us! Several job openings with Crater Community Hospice