The Boards of Hospice Savannah, Hospice Savannah Foundation and the Steward Center for Palliative Care warmly invite YOU to attend our annual gratitude meeting and buffet breakfast on March 21 at the Savannah Golf Club. RSVP by calling
912.629.1026 or by
email by March 15.
Our annual Camp Aloha
Our weekend overnight camp will be held May 4- 6. Designed for grieving children ages 6-17 who experienced the death of a loved one within the last 24 months, there is a nominal non-refundable fee of $25 per child with scholarships available. Apply on-line or call our Full Circle bereavement counselors at 912.303.9442. As always, we appreciate ongoing financial support from Southern Motors and an anonymous donor...
...Attached is the list of generous donorssupporting this and other life-enriching programs and services during February.
The financial effects of being a caregiver
Due to the generosity of the Edels (featured in video above) we can help unpaid family caregivers free of charge at our Edel Caregiver Institute. A recent
Wealth Management Magazine article describes the potential negative impact to caregivers' earnings and retirement savings.
Find out about qualifying for a "dementia coach", signing up for a stress-relief and relaxation session, scheduling a one-on-one meeting about your unique caregiving situation, or attending a caregiver support group by calling Jill or Tonya at
912.629.1331 or visit
Edel Caregiver Institute.
Calling all artists!
Back by popular demand! There will be a silent auction of tiny art displayed from August 3 through the closing reception on Friday, September 14 in our
Hospice Savannah Art Gallery. Artists are invited to submit up to two pieces, no larger than 12 by 12, by July 16. Full details on the
submission form at this link.
Donations for smaller items are accepted at the front desk of Hospice House during regular business hours; please call Bonnie at the store if you have furniture or other large items. 912.629.1122.
Jamey's personal story
Jamey Espina, our VP of Development and Community Services recently sat down with
WSAV's Natalie Hendrix to discuss our care.
Jamey has been with Hospice Savannah for 15 years, but it was not until he needed our care for his own mother that he fully appreciated how much his co-workers are truly
people with a gift for helping.