What Do Your Donations Support?
Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care is very fortunate to receive strong support from individuals, businesses, and other organizations in the communities we serve. Typically, about 17% of our budget comes from donations, memorials, fundraising or other community support. The support we receive is very critical to the work we do and the quality of hospice care and services we provide. Quite simply, we could not do what we do or provide the same quality of care we provide, without the generous support of the communities we serve. It is what sets us apart and allows us to continue to provide a traditional brand of hospice
that keeps the focus on the patient and family…always.
Other Ways To Donate
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go back to Prairie Home Hospice! Make Prairie Home Hospice your charity of choice here.
If you are interested in donating things that go directly to our patients, or other “wants” that we have that we cannot always afford. We have started an Amazon Wish List.. Check out our Amazon Wish List by clicking here!
Maybe a personalized donation is what you are looking for. We offer personalized memorial garden stones to be placed at a location of your choosing with text of your choosing engraved on it. This is a beautiful way to honor your loved one and share their memory with all who see it.
How Do Donations Make a Difference?
Donations allow us to provide the level of personal care and attention that hospice patients and their families need, deserve, and have come to expect from us.
Donations allow us to provide other services within the community.
Donations help to support a level of special care and attention that is not required, but we feel is important to the well-being of our patients.
Donations allow us to provide financial assistance to families who are not able to cover the full cost of hospice care, through our Family Assistance Fund. Since 1984, the support of a generous and caring community has allowed us to honor our commitment to ensuring that patients in our community who need hospice care receive the care they need, regardless of their ability to fully pay for the care they receive from us.