The Gift of Compassion on #GivingTuesday: Support Our Community with Your Generous Donation
Participate in National Giving Tuesday
As the holiday season approaches, there is no better time to embrace the spirit of giving. This year, on November 28th, we invite you to participate in #GivingTuesday and make a meaningful impact on the lives of deserving families in need. By donating to Hospice of the North Coast, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, you will not only support our compassionate mission, but you will also provide vital resources to those who require end-of-life care.
What is #GivingTuesday?
#GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that occurs on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. It is a day dedicated to giving back, supporting local charities, and making a positive difference in people's lives. Started in 2012, this philanthropic initiative has grown into a powerful campaign, encouraging individuals worldwide to donate their time, money, or talents to causes close to their hearts.
The Power of Your Donation
At Hospice of the North Coast, we offer much-needed support and care to patients and their families during their most vulnerable moments. Your generous donations directly contribute to our on-going efforts to provide comprehensive end-of-life services, including emotional support, pain management, and in-patient care at our remarkable Pacifica House facility.
Angel's Story: Let us share the heartwarming story of Angel, a 37-year-old Marine, husband, and father diagnosed with colon cancer. In his final days, Angel wished to celebrate his daughter's 8th birthday, knowing his time was limited. Despite his deteriorating condition, the dedicated staff at Pacifica House organized a surprise party, complete with a mermaid-themed celebration, Disney's Ariel visiting in person, and an Honor Salute to recognize Angel's military service. This unforgettable experience brought joy not only to Angel and his daughter but also to all who were present. By donating on #GivingTuesday, you can help create similar moments of joy and love for other families facing difficult times. READ FULL STORY
Your Donation at Work:
- Funding Specialized Care: Donations on #GivingTuesday enables us to continue providing specialized care to patients who require a higher level of assistance in managing pain and symptoms. Pacifica House offers a home-like environment, ensuring families can find solace and connection in their final moments together.
- Extending Our Hospice Family: By contributing to Hospice of the North Coast, you contribute to building a loving and supportive community. Our dedicated teams become an extension of a patient's family, providing comfort, compassion, and a listening ear when it's needed the most.
- Celebrating Life: Your donations help us create magical and celebratory experiences for patients and their loved ones, allowing them to cherish priceless memories together. Whether it's through surprise parties, Honor Salutes, or other special events, your generosity brightens the lives of those in our care.
Embrace the Power of Giving
As #GivingTuesday approaches on November 28, 2023, we urge you to join us in making a difference in the lives of families in need. Your invaluable donation to Hospice of the North Coast supports our nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and enables us to deliver compassionate, end-of-life care to those who deserve it most. Let us come together and bring joy, comfort, and peace to patients and their families, lighting up their lives during their darkest times. Embrace the power of giving on #GivingTuesday and be a source of hope for those who need it most.
Donate today and be a part of the profound impact we make together. Together, we can bring light to every life we touch.
Together, We Can Make a Difference for Local Families!
“The people at Hospice of the North Coast were so kind and assisted me in getting my husband into Pacifica House where he was given tender and loving care until the end. During his long journey from hospital to skilled nursing and back to the hospital and back to skilled nursing, the anxiety and helplessness that I felt was overwhelming. His admittance to Pacifica House was the first time I felt any peace in knowing he was in the best place. Admitting that I had to let him go, that I could no longer make him better was devastating, but the nurses and staff helped me make it through. I will be forever grateful.”
~ Patricia N.