Giving is Personal
Giving looks different for each person. For some, monetary gifts are the most important as they are a way to directly impact programs and services. For others, giving gifts of time through direct volunteer service helps inspire others during difficult time while providing a sense of personal engagement and accomplishment. One thing is for sure – giving is personal. From financial support to gifts of time, each represents an opportunity to help further our organization’s mission to connect individuals to the care they need on the terms they choose.
Seasons of Challenge
Our organization isn’t immune to the many challenges facing many industry sectors. Increased labor costs, increases in the costs of medications and essential supplies each have had an impact on our organization. Despite those challenges, we continue to find responsible and innovative ways to honor our mission to connect individuals to the care they need on the terms they choose without sacrificing our commitment to those we’re privileged to serve and the communities who’ve relied upon us for more than 40 years.
Did you know?
- A gift of $85 helps us provide a one-on-one bereavement session with one of our trained counselors. The Grief Counseling Center, a program of Hospice of the Piedmont offered at our High Point and Asheboro campuses, is available to anyone in our community who has faced a loss.
- A gift of $100 offsets bereavement camp registration fees for 10 children who have financial hardship. Our Kids Path program provides counseling and support opportunities to children and teens. Each year, Kids Path hosts bereavement camps, Caterpillar’s Quest for children and SOAR the Adventure Awaits for teens.
- A gift of $250 allows our organization to host a bereavement support group for individuals facing similar types of loss. Groups are led by our bereavement counselors and often meet for about 6 weeks.
- A gift of $1,000 provides five days of uncompensated hospice care for an individual who does not have insurance or has care needs not covered by their insurance. As a not-for-profit organization, we provide care to all regardless of their financial circumstances.
To make a gift to support our mission, visit our Donate page.
Ways to Get Involved
- Use Your Social Capital for Good – Facebook fundraisers are special appeals that allow you to share your story of why our organization is a worthy cause and can let your friends and followers share in the hospice mission! Click here for a how-to guide for Facebook fundraisers.
- Volunteer with Us – Volunteers at Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph provide emotional and practical support to hospice patients and their families in homes, nursing facilities and our inpatient hospice facilities. Volunteer activities may include supportive phone calls and visits, providing respite for the caregiver, running errands, providing transportation, delivering meals or doing simple chores. Want to learn more? Click here.
- Support Special Events – Business, artisans and individuals support our organization each year by providing direct and volunteer support to our two signature fundraising events, Taste of the Town and the Auction & Barbecue. This holiday season, Linbrook Hall is hosting a Linbrook Christmas on December 2, from 5 – 8 p.m. Guests are welcome to enjoy the festive decoration displays throughout 3 floors of the 36,000 sq. ft. residence with either a guided or self-guided tour. All ticket proceeds directly benefit our organization and may be purchased in advance at our Asheboro or High Point branch, online or at the event on December 2. For more event information, click here.
- Give a Special Holiday Gift – Our annual holiday ornament designed and handmade by Matthew Kelly Pottery is a special way to support our organization and makes a perfect gift for friends or family this holiday season. The ornament is available for purchase for $15 at our Asheboro and High Point branches during regular business hours, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- Make a Donation, Honorarium or Memorial – Click here to visit our donation page! During the holiday season, you can honor your friends and family this with a holiday honor card. Cards are available with a minimum gift of $10 each. For each honorarium gift, a holiday card will be mailed to the recipient. Cards are also available for purchase at our Asheboro and High Point branches during regular business hours, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.