Family members of loved ones cared for by Hospice Alliance often ask, “How can we ever thank you?”
The answer is easy.
Donate to Hospice Alliance and give a gift of award-winning care and support to future patients and families. Your gift leaves a legacy of compassion in memory of your loved one. All donations are tax-deductible, as allowed by law.
Many costs of quality hospice care exceed reimbursements provided by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance. Hospice Alliance is committed to caring for all patients and their families facing the end-of-life, regardless of ability to pay. As a not-for-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of community members for support. Please consider including in your loved one’s obituary that memorial contributions can be made in their honor to Hospice Alliance.
Your donation may go even further! Ask your employer if a “matching gift” benefit is offered.
The Medicare hospice benefit does not provide for Hospice House room and board. Hospice Alliance offers financial aid to patients and families who cannot afford it through our Patient Sponsorships. Designating a donation as “Patient Sponsorship” means your dollars go directly to help someone in need receive 24/7 care in our Hospice House.
Memorial bricks are dedicated as part of the Annual Service of Remembrance typically held the 4th Wednesday in June at 5:00 pm (date subject to change). The ceremony takes place at the Hospice Alliance brick walkway located near the entrance to Kemper Center, located at 6501 3rd Ave., Kenosha. RSVP for the Service of Remembrance.
The Hospice Alliance Memorial Brick Program allows you to honor those you love with an everlasting memorial. Each brick can be inscribed with a personal message. Once complete, your Memorial Brick will become part of the Hospice Alliance Brick Walk, which is a part of the lovely landscape of the Kemper Center in Kenosha, Wisconsin. You may purchase Memorial Bricks on this website or by contacting email@example.com or calling (262) 652-4482 ext.1253. Order your brick today.