Find our 2012 Annual report here
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By giving through Pick.Click.Give, you join others to become an important force in bettering our communities and our state. For those of you who already support Hospice of Homer, we appreciate your gifts and hope you will use this option to make an additional donation. Each contribution Hospice receives is so important as we continue to provide free of charge services to increasing numbers of individuals and families.
When you go on-line to sign up for your dividend, you will see an option to “Pick.Click.Give.” Follow the instructions to make a new donation, or an additional gift. At the same time, please take the extra step you will see after you make your donation to provide your contact information to us. We want to acknowledge and recognize your generous support, and this is the only way we will know it’s you making the gift.
You can find more information about the program, including frequently asked questions at www.PickClickGive.org. Or you may call us at the Hospice office at 235-6899.
Hospice Annual Meeting
You are cordially invited to the 2013 annual meeting of Hospice of Homer to be held at 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6 th , in The Homer Foundation Conference Room at 3733 Ben Walters Lane. The meeting is open to the public. The agenda will include a summary of 2012 highlights, a review of goals for 2013, and results from the election of officers. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Hospice board members and staff and share your thoughts about HOH services and priorities. Read more here.
Hospice of Homer
Hospice of Homer was started in 1985 after Jean Hatfield, a community member experienced the caring support of a hospice program in another part of the country. She decided that we needed the same level of care in the Homer area. To lay the groundwork for the program, Jean formed a committee of community members, many of whom had experienced firsthand the stress of caring for a terminally ill family member. The founders envisioned a personal, neighbor-helping-neighbor program. Today Hospice continues to live out that vision offering a coordinated program of non-medical, supportive care that encompasses the physical, psychological, social, spiritual and emotional needs of those facing life-threatening illness or the transition process of dying. Read More »