Through the expertise of its nurses and the kindness of its volunteers, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton had the privilege of providing compassionate care to one of its patients, Jerry Edward Kincer. When…
Supporters of Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton will be joining in the annual 3k/5k Remembrance Walk on Saturday, October 21. Proceeds from the event will benefit patient care at the not-for-profit organization. Organizers are also offering a one of a kind commemorative quilt as a raffle prize. The quilt includes past Remembrance Walk t-shirts in the design. Participants are invited to celebrate 13 years of the Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Remembrance Walk with purchase of a raffle ticket to win.
Tickets are available for a donation of:
$1 for 1 ticket
$5 for 6 tickets
$20 for 25 tickets
Raffle tickets are available for pre-sale by contacting Ashley Robison at 937-723-2899, or at firstname.lastname@example.org and will also be sold at the Remembrance Walk on October 21. Winner must be present to win if tickets are purchased the day of the 2017 Remembrance Walk; those who pre-purchase tickets do not have to be present to win.
Proceeds from the raffle and 3k/5k Remembrance Walk will enable Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization, to provide superior care and superior services to all patients with life-limiting illnesses, regardless of ability to pay. Programs supported by Remembrance Walk include:
Indigent Care – Hospice services are available to everyone in the greater Dayton community regardless of ability to pay.
Hospice House In-patient care options – In addition to serving patients in their homes, extended and assisted living facilities, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton offers in-patient care at the Dayton Hospice House, providing intense care for patients experiencing medical situations or symptoms that cannot be managed in the home or facility setting.
Complementary, Focused & Palliative Care – Donor dollars enable patients to receive services such as highly specialized disease-specific treatment for hospice patients, and palliative care for patients with significant pain and symptom control issues. Massage, art, music and occupational therapies are also provided to assure an improved quality of life for patients.
Community wide Grief Support Services – We provide Grief Support Services at no cost, regardless of whether our hospice services have been used
Walk Registration: Visit www.hospiceofdayton.org/Walk2017 or call 937-222-WALK
Contact: Ashley Robison, Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton Foundation, 937-723-2899, or email email@example.com