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Please Vote for Crater Community Hospice and Thank Colonial Plumbing and Heating.

 

Please vote for Crater Community Hospice and thank Colonial Plumbing and Heating.

Beginning July 1st through August 31st, please go to this site:

https://www.colonialplumbing.com/revolutionary-giving/

Vote for Crater Community Hospice!  You can vote each day and need to use a unique device and email address for each vote.

If you have more than one device and email you can vote twice a day!

If we win, Colonial Plumbing will donate $1,000 to Crater Community Hospice!

Volunteer Spotlight- Helen Peace is one of our amazing volunteers!

Helen is on the far left in this group photo.

Helen Peace is one of our amazing volunteers! Helen is a long time member of our community, she’s an Elder in her church and has been a valued volunteer with Crater Community Hospice for more than 4 years. She helps us with new volunteer training programs, she visits with parents and their families, she facilitates grief support groups, offers caregiver support, helps with our annual Memorial services, and much, much more!

We are honored to have her as part of our team! Please join us in thanking Helen for her hard work and dedication to Crater Community Hospice and the families we serve.

Crater Community Hospice Spring Newsletter

….from the CEO’s desk

I have spent many hours trying to reconcile Crater Community Hospice’s motto “Celebrating Life Every Day” with the knowledge that our patients are facing end of life illnesses and don’t have many days left for celebration.

Below is one of our patient’s stories and a full electronic version of your Spring newsletter. Their story gives us all insight.

 

 

 

 

 

A Legacy of Love

“…Do all The Good You Can, As Long as Ever You Can…”

The magnet on my parent’s refrigerator was one of the things I grabbed before closing the door to their home for the last time. The full quote by John Wesley captured the essence of Dave and Lucy’s life, for they went about, ‘doing all the good they can, to all the people they can, in all the ways they can, as long as ever they can.’

Click Below for the entire newsletter…

Crater Community Hospice-Newsletter

 Please join us for Coffee & Conversation with Rev. Kathy Berry, memory support Chaplain at Westminster Canterbury Richmond  “When Words Fail”  

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.