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Meet Wilbur Lewis

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In July 2014 we began the Cornerstones for Living: The Crossroads Campaign with the lofty goal of raising $10 million
in capital, endowment and annual gifts. It was the most ambitious campaign we had undertaken in our history. In fact, it was
just the third formal major fundraising campaign Center for Hospice Care had undertaken since its formation in 1978.

We are pleased to announce that as we wrap up the campaign, we have raised $13.4 million in gifts and pledges
to meet the current and future needs for high-quality, patient-centered care in the communities we serve.

Thanks to many generous donors, the funds raised allow us to make significant strides in each of the three areas supported
by the campaign. Much of the infrastructure and resources we need to continue to deliver skilled hospice and palliative care
now and for future generations are in place.

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Upcoming Events

  • Apr
    • Okuyamba Fest April 2, 2020

      Join us on Thursday, April 2 as we celebrate our highly successful partnership with the Palliative Care Association of Uganda (PCAU), congratulate Mark Mwesiga on being the new Country Director, and welcome Joyce Zalwango, PCAU's Capacity Building Officer, as she visits the US for the first time. The Okuyamba Fest event will feature a silent auction of Ugandan craft items, Ugandan entertainment from UZIMA! Drum and Dance Group, along with food and beverages.

      Admission for this event is $10 for an individual or $15 a couple. Please register below. If you have questions regarding the event, contact Heidi Payton at or 574.367.2446.

  • May
    • 2020 Helping Hands Award Dinner May 6, 2020
      Since 1985, the Helping Hands Award has honored individuals, couples and families who demonstrate civic and charitable stewardship to improve the quality of living in the communities served by Center for Hospice Care. The award recognizes the recipients for exhibiting exceptional generosity, outstanding community achievements, direct financial support, or by motivating others to give. There is no requirement that the honoree(s) possess a close relationship – professional, voluntary, or philanthropic – with Center for Hospice Care.
  • Jun
    • Gardens of Remembrance and Renewal Memorial Dedication June 2, 2020

      This event, which takes place each year on the first Tuesday of June on the grounds of Esther's House, gives those who have lost loved ones a chance to honor them with a brick, bench, or a flowering or evergreen tree. To dedicate an item in memory of a loved one visit

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