Tuesday, December 3, 2013 is recognized as the National Day of Giving
Tuesday, December 3, 2013 is recognized as the National Day of Giving. Hopefully your holiday shopping is complete; you saved on Black Friday and Cyber Monday and today, #GivingTuesday you are going to give a gift to make a difference.
“Before hospice, it was difficult but once you came on board there was such a transformation…there was understanding, respect, knowledge and comfort. As a nurse for
more than 20 years, never have I seen a more effective and caring organization. I am in awe. Thank you.”
-Diane S., friend of a patient
We are asking you to give the gift of comfort to help a patient who needs the support and services we are able to provide thanks to donations from folks like you. For 35 years, Old Colony Hospice and Palliative Care has been giving care, comfort and compassion to your neighbors, friends, colleagues and your family.
“Our nurse cared for my father with the greatest respect — not just as a patient but as a person. He so looked forward to her visits. We are grateful for the months of care you provided that gave us so much time with dad.”
-Nancy L., daughter of a patient
Each letter we receive from families like Nancy’s or friends like Diane tell the story of how we helped their family and because of your support we could be there and still are today. As a non-profit organization, donations make the difference – you make the difference.
Please join this National Day of Giving by making a donation today - #GivingTuesday 12-3-2013. Visit our website at www.oldcolonyhospice.org select the “Make a Donation” button on our homepage and complete the form.