East End Hospice has been improving lives through expert care, comfort and compassion for terminally ill patients and their families since 1991. We care for more than 2,500 people each year, including nearly 700 patients, their families and friends and bereaved community members. We're launching new programs and raising awareness about hospice's important role in the healthcare system in order to ensure that every person facing terminal illness has the support they need.
In a year, unlike any other in our near thirty-year history, charitable donations play an essential role in sustaining East End Hospice.

Your end of year gift to EEH's 2020 Annual Appeal helps keep hospice care and bereavement services free of charge to every member of our community managing terminal illness or the loss of a loved one.
EEH Updates:

Tree of Lights Virtual Memorial Honors those We've Lost.
Sunday, December 6, 2020, at 2:30 pm on ZOOM

Participants across the East End logged into Zoom on Sunday, December 6, to remember those who died in 2020. More than 80 people joined us to honor the more than 650 patients we cared for this year and countless others in the community.
Many thanks to Rev. Vanessa Winters of Westhampton Presbyterian Church, Rabbi Debra Stein of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons, and Mary Brown and Naoto Pagaspas for their gift of music. Thank you also to our EEH staff and volunteers who read names and paid tribute to all the lives lost in 2020. 
Holiday Cheer from the Westhampton and Southampton Garden Clubs
Special thanks to the Westhampton and Southampton Garden Clubs for creating beautiful holiday arrangements for our patients in homes across the East End and at the Kanas Center for Hospice Care.

Our families are comforted by your thoughtfulness and generosity.
Check out our New Look!
EEH clinical team members are now easier to identify. Special thanks to the Bridgehampton Association and BA Book Barn supporters for underwriting the cost of EEH's new uniforms.
Help us by Sharing your EEH Special Moments
Social media posts help make people aware of East End Hospice and show that special moments are worth sharing at any time of your life. 

We invite you to interact with us in the world of social media. Share your special hospice moments or milestones with the EEH community on Facebook and Instagram. Please tag us so that we can share. 

If you haven't already, connect with us, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Instagram. We are social!

Heartfelt thanks to Deborah Cockerill Schweikart for your kind words and for reminding us to Live, Love, and Laugh Always.
Don't forget to make your Gift:
Online: eeh.org/donate
By Phone: 631.288.7080
By Mail: East End Hospice, PO Box 1048, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

CARES Act: Donors who do not itemize their charitable deductions are able to claim an “above-the-line” deduction for cash gifts up to $300 on their 2020 federal tax filings. For donors who do itemize, up to 100% of adjusted gross income can be deducted in 2020.*

To discuss other ways to support East End Hospice, including naming opportunities, gifts of stock and other assets or planned gifts, contact Emily K. Madsen, director of planned and major gifts at emadsen@eeh.org or 631.288.7080.