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Thank You for Supporting Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets!

Thank you to all who joined us for Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets! Support from sponsors, donors, vendors and those in attendance enable us to deliver superior care and superior services to every family and maintain a singular focus on quality of life.

Thanks to all who helped to make this event possible!

Couldn’t make it? You can still support our mission by clicking here.

See highlights from the event below!

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We offer our sincerest thanks to the following groups and individuals that made Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets possible:

Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor:

Champagne Sponsor:

Friend of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton

 

Midas Sponsors:

Jerry & Patty Tatar

 

Reserve Sponsors:

Kent & Teri Anderson

Coolidge Wall Co., L.P.A.

McGohan Brabender – Tony Lombardo

Today’s Home Interiors

 

Premium Sponsors:

Jan Culver & Gene Kurtz

Designworks Studio

Elizabeth Diamond Company

Hanson Audio Video LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Franz J. Hoge

NOVUM Custom Homes

Therapy Support

USI Insurance Services

 

Patron Sponsors:

Keith Bowers

Frank & Pam Howard

John Jessup

Tom & Lois Mann

MFS Investment Services

Chip & Betsy Mues

Dr. Syl Trepanier &

Mr. Jeffrey Nugent

 

Supporting Sponsors:

Dr. & Mrs. Ratna Palakodeti

John A. Rossi Photography

Transamerica

 

Steins, Stems, Savories & Sweets

Steins:

Fifth Street Brewpub

Warped Wing Brewing Co.

Carillon Brewing Co.

 

Stems:

Rumbleseat Wine

 

Savories:

Archer’s Tavern

Bar Dumaine – Rue Dumaine

Coco’s Bistro

El Meson

Greek Street Food Truck

Lily’s Bistro

Nibbles – Watermark

Salar

 

Sweets:

Esther Price

Ginniebug Creations

 

Committee Members

Teri Anderson – Chair

Mary Bane

Jan Culver

Claudia Dickey

Donna Durst

Connie Foster

Chris Holloway

Lori Igel

Mary Irby-Jones

Anne Kearney

Laura Koons

Ryan Leesman

Susan Page

Lezley Pisone

Ashley Robison

Susan Ruff

Craig Schrolucke

Toni Sprinkle

Tammy Thomas

Friends

Archer’s Tavern

Brooklyn Brewery

Dayton History-Carillon Park

Carillon Brewing Co.

Cathy Pearson

Coco’s Bistro

Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

Dorothy Lane Market

El Meson

Elements Massage-Beavercreek

Elizabeth Diamond Company

Enduring Youth Skin & Laser Center

Eric Matthew, Guitarist

Esther Price Candies

Fifth Street Brewpub

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Connie Foster, Designworks Studio

Gervasi Vineyard

Ginniebug Creations

Greek Street Food Truck

Hanson Audio Video LLC

The Human Race Theatre Company

Lily’s Bistro

Leone Hinzman

Kathy Anderson, Owner, My Pilates Studio

Nestlé

Nibbles Restaurant & Catering – Watermark

Nicholas Yust

Peter Benjamin & Kate Callahan

The Pine Club

Poelking Lanes South

Rue Dumaine – Bar Dumaine

Rumbleseat Wine

Salar

Springhouse Architects

Stephanie Llacuna, Harpist

Sysco

The Woodhouse Day Spa

Today’s Home Interiors

Victoria Theatre Association

Warped Wing Brewing Co.

Watson’s of Dayton

Wellington Grille

Winans Chocolates & Coffees

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Three Ways to Support Our Mission on #GivingTuesday

 

 

 

Support our mission for #GivingTuesday in more ways than one! Here’s 3 ways you can help:

 

Donating online

1.) Donate Online

Through community support, we are able to provide not-for-profit care regardless of our patients’ financial situations.
With a few simple clicks, you can help. Click here.

 

Heirlooms Holiday Room

2.) Shop/Visit/Donate to Heirlooms Shoppes™

The Heirlooms Shoppes™ of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton provide gently used items at reasonable prices.  All proceeds benefit patient care and services. Shop our stores or visit our locations to drop off your items. Find our locations here.

 

Volunteer gardens on Ohio's Hospice of Dayton campus.

3.) Volunteer

As a Volunteer, you can visit patients to provide comfort, make crafts for patients and families, and much more! Support our community-based not-for-profit hospice as a volunteer here.

We are so #grateful for your kindness and generosity. Thank you for supporting your community-based not-for-profit hospice.

 

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The Best End-of-Life Care May Not Cost a Penny

hodThanks to community support, the best end-of-life care may not cost a penny.

Not-for-profit hospices like us devote donor dollars to assure that anyone who needs end-of-life care can receive it regardless of ability to pay. In addition to superior clinical services and care, we focus on:

  • Strong support for our patients and families including complementary therapies like massage, art, and music therapy, and grief counseling
  • Resources, education and support for all of the physicians, nurses and dedicated teams that serve our patients and families each and every day
  • Doctors who specialize in end-of-life care, and therapists and clergy who are there for our patients and families

Donor dollars make a difference every day in the lives of our patients and families. Any gift to your local Ohio’s Hospice affiliate stays in the community and helps sustain our mission and secure superior care and superior services at the end-of-life for your neighbors, family and friends.

We are grateful to you for enabling us to celebrate life with patients and families. Support our patients and families by clicking here.

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Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Receives $25,000 Check from WalMart

2016-01-13 11.41.31Patient quality of life at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton received a $25,000 boost from WalMart today.

Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton was one of several local non-profit organizations to receive grants from WalMart. The funds are earmarked for the Hope Fund which provides food, shelter, utility assistance and temporary housing to ensure families in the community receive the quality end of life care that they deserve. “The difference Walmart makes in giving back to our community shows the true spirit of being a servant to others,” says Lori Poelking-Igel, Executive Director of the Hospice of Dayton Foundation. “This generous gift of $25,000 will lighten the burden of another human being as they transition to the next chapter of their life, their end of life. Thank you for being part of that experience by enhancing the quality of living, not dying. Our Hope Fund enables us to alleviate stress for over 300 individuals who are faced with end of life challenges, but hunger, shelter and clothing won’t be one of them. Thank you for making this a reality for so many in need, and being partners in their journey.”

Additional information about the grant can be found online.

Hope Society Members

Hospice of Dayton would like to recognize members of a special group, the Hope Society.

Thank you for being part of this annual membership benefitting the Hospice of Dayton Community.

For information on how to become a member, contact Lori Poelking-Igel at 937-723-2891.

ASPIRATION LEVEL                                        

Kent & Teri Anderson

Robert H. Brethen Foundation

Lisa Hanauer & Sue Spiegel

The Steven Mason Family

Therapy Support, Inc.    

BELIEF 

Jerry and Patty Tatar

Pamela B. Morris & David Lemmon

Thomas R. & Lois Mann

PROMISE

Advantage Benefits Group

Brenda Humfleet

Chirag & Rana Patel

Coolidge Wall Co., LPA

Gosiger Foundation

Jamie & Agata Schade

The Schade Family

Janice L. Culver & Eugene Kurtz

Kim Vesey

Dick & Mary Kay Wick

HOPE

Toni & Bob Sprinkel

Champion Apparel & Promotions

Randy Ray & Family

David B. & Evie Freimuth

David W. Kunke

Fidelity Health Care

Franz & Margaret Hoge

Greg Toman

Jack S. Whitmer

Jerry L. & Donna Durst

Jules Sherman DO, FACOI, FAAHPM

Linda A. Poelking

Lois A. & Roger Sutherland

Lori A. Poelking-Igel

Marjorie S. Bernhard

Mary & Don Murphy

Merv & Joyce Alphonso

Miriam & Jay Morrison

Nova Creative Group, Inc.

Chip & Elizabeth Mues

Progressive Printers

Ed & Susan Ruff

Dr. Ruth Thomson Family Fund

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Wallace & Carol Nugent

P.J. & Amy Wagner

 

 

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