The inaugural Circle of Caring Award Dinner honoring Tim Portolese and Dr. Bruce Newswanger took place on November 2, 2022.
“We reached the entrance to Pearl Harbor at 5:30 that morning,” Jimmy remembered. “The Japanese came in at 7:48 a.m. It was our ship that spotted the submarine.”
We can's continue to improve the quality of living in our nine-county service area without the help of community organizations that host third-party events for us.
Milton Adult Day Services provides a structured setting for functionally impaired adults who require supervision and need health, social, and support services during the day.
Community involvement for the Rosenbergs began during the early years of their marriage. Inspired by their respective family histories, Ina and Irv believe in being active community supporters.
alking about the type of care you do – or don’t – want when you can’t speak for yourself can be daunting. Called, “advance care planning” these conversations with loved ones are often difficult to initiate.
National Healthcare Decisions Day was created “to inspire, educate and empower the public and providers about the importance of advance care planning,” according to the Conversation Project.
Hospice Foundation recently published two new websites in support of the partnership between Center for Hospice Care/Hospice Foundation and the Palliative Care Association of Uganda.
The Road to Hope program provides financial and social support for vulnerable children who have lost one or both parents and are unable to continue their education.
The Gardens of Renewal and Remembrance are situated on Center for Hospice Care’s 11-acre Elkhart Campus. This year's Memorial Dedication ceremony will take place Tuesday, June 7 at 5:30pm.
The 37th Helping Hands Award Dinner will be held on Wednesday, May 4 at Hilton Garden Inn, located in South Bend. The 2022 honoree is community organizer, Gladys Muhammad.