#GivingTuesdayNow – We Need Your Support During this Unprecedented Time

May 5, 2020

Lisa Norton, Development & Communications Coordinator

Dear Friends,

Facing a worldwide pandemic has challenged us all. Personally, professionally, and as a society, we’ve seen our daily lives change, and we’ve had to make sacrifices for the good of our community and all those we care about.

Here at Angela Hospice, we’ve navigated this uncertain time by renewing our commitment to our mission: providing comprehensive, compassionate, and Christ-like care to adults and children in the communities we serve. We’ve had to make difficult decisions almost daily – restricting visitors to our Care Center, limiting face-to-face home care visits, canceling fundraisers and community events, and converting as much  of our operations as possible to phone or online environments. And while this has all felt overwhelming at times, what has made this experience a bit easier is remembering that we have a purpose.

No matter the circumstances that surround us, we each have the opportunity to stay true to our values, and to exercise the things we can control: practicing kindness, giving generously, lifting others up, heightening our faith, and pitching in wherever we can help. Even in times like this, we all have the ability, and the choice, to be a positive force in our community.

If you can afford to give today, we would be ever so grateful. Your donation will help to address the many unplanned costs associated with the pandemic, including equipping us with lifesaving supplies as we work to protect our patients who are so vulnerable, as well as our devoted healthcare team. Thank you for joining with us in the fight against this dangerous virus.

Peace and all good,

Marti Coplai
President & CEO

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