Donations

Every gift enhances the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Your donations support our comprehensive Hospice program, including the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence, Palliative Care Service, DeFrees Support Program, and our extensive Bereavement Services.

Each August, we conduct our annual membership drive and we welcome you to become a member of Hospice of Warren County. In addition to supporting our programs in very significant ways, members are invited to all of our special programs, and become eligible for serving on our advisory and governing boards.

Gifts to Hospice of Warren County are also given to honor an individual and many gifts are given to honor the memory of deceased loved ones.

Hospice of Warren County, a non-profit affiliate of Warren General Hospital received contributions during the month of June, enhancing the care we give to our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Donations were received in memory of the following: Norman and Viola Abbott, Ray Berdine, Raymond Blum, Millie Brindis, Betty Campbell, Sidney Card, Jack Donovan, Ross Fisher, Charles Robert Frantz, Nancy Gerbec, Joan Hamel, Clyde Harman, Harlan Hill, Kathy Jacobs, Blaine Jones, David Martin, Betty Morrison, Lloyd J. Paul, Helen Perry, Kathy L. Rhodes, Geoffrey “Jody” Rossman, Richard Sedon, Doris See, Geraldine Stoddard, Glen Valentine, Richard “Kobe” Webb, Jeanne Williams, Conrad and Myrtle Youngberg.

During the month of July, donations were received in memory of the following: William “Bill” Anderson, James Apicella, Donald Backstrom, Bob and Elaine Bloemker, Millie Brindis, Betty Campbell, Imogene “Imie” Collins, Clyde Harman, Anna Mae Howe, Jack Landers, Jack Lawson, Joyce Leofsky, Sylvia Leonard, Olive Mae Lindell, Patricia Markey, David Martin, William “Billy” Moriarity, Lloyd J. Paul, Dennis Peterson, Delores “Dolly” Rea, Reverend H. Dale Reitz, Jody Rossman, Mary Schwanke, Doris See, Glen Slocum, Juanita Sondericker, Robert Stanton, Elizabeth “Betty” Streich, Glen Valentine, James Vanderhoof, Leroy Vantassel, Grace Walker, Kobe Webb, Irene Williams and in honor of Cora Watt on her 100th birthday.

As Hospice of Warren County is a not-for-profit organization, all gifts are indeed tax-deductible. Thank you for considering supporting our program with your generous gifts.

Gifts As Part Of Estate Planning
Click here for information about planned giving opportunities including Memorial Contributions, cash contributions, and Planned Gifts as part of your estate planning.

Membership Donations, Memorials or Honorariums
Donations may be mailed to:
Hospice of Warren County
P.O. Box 68
Warren, PA 16365

Or click below to donate online.

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