Tickets are now on sale for Community Hospice’s 11th Annual Harvest of Hope fundraiser at Hotel Magnolia in downtown Foley on April 23. Proceeds from the event, themed Beach Bash, will benefit the Community Hospice Charity Care Program.
Community Hospice serves terminally-ill patients in Baldwin County regardless of their ability to pay through the Charity Care Program. Often, these patients are navigating through their end-of-life journey without health insurance and are unable to qualify for Medicare or Medicaid, and may have lost their private insurance due to their inability to work as their disease progressed.
For patients in the Charity Care Program, Community Hospice pays for all hospice care including nursing, home health aide, social and chaplain services, needed medications and medical equipment. All proceeds from the Harvest of Hope will go directly to the Charity Care Program.
“We are excited for this year’s Harvest of Hope fundraiser,” Katie Spratlin, Community Hospice Marketing Director, said. “The response from our local community members has been overwhelming and we look forward to exceeding our 2016 fundraising goals. Our community members need us more than ever, and we appreciate everyone’s support as we continue providing exceptional hospice care throughout Baldwin County.”
Tickets include a dinner from Cosmo’s Restaurant and Bar, live music from the Flip Flop Boys, and silent and live auctions.
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