Plan An Event
EVER THOUGHT ABOUT HAVING AN EVENT TO BENEFIT
HOSPICE OF CINCINNATI OR HOSPICE OF HAMILTON*?
You may have had a friend or a loved one in our care. Maybe you thought you'd like to "give back". Planning an event is a great way to use your talents to support Hospice of Cincinnati!
As a non-profit, we are grateful for those talents that translate into dollars for our many programs. Funds from your event will support families in distress fund and enable us to provide for indigent care. It will also help us to continue to offer Holistic Services to our patients, including pet therapy, art therapy, music therapy, healing touch, and massage. In other words, revenue from your fundraiser goes directly toward providing quality care and therapies that reduce stress, pain and anxiety for our patients.
Hospice of Cincinnati and the Bethesda Foundation can provide you with a "toolkit" to help you plan your event. We can also share information about how our supporters have used their talents to produce successful fundraisers in the past. Click here to contact us to receive this toolkit by mail. These include events such as: horse shows, motorcycle rides, golf outings, garage sales, bowling parties, birthday parties, and haircut marathons! In short, we encourage all of our friends and supporters to "think outside of the box!"
Before you move forward with planning your event, we ask that you take a few moments to peruse The ABC's of Fundraising to Benefit Hospice of Cincinnati. We hope you will find it helpful.
Please know that we welcome your efforts, energy and creativity! We at Hospice of Cincinnati and Hospice of Hamilton are grateful to all who share our passion for creating meaningful experiences for patients and for families.
To find out more about planning an event, please click on any of the links below:
Thank you so much!
*Each time you see Hospice of Cincinnati, please remember that Hospice of Hamilton, as part of HOC, may be the designated recipient of your fundraiser. For the sake of brevity, we refer to both as Hospice of Cincinnati.