Contributing to Cedar Valley Hospice…Celebrating Life
When you contribute to Cedar Valley Hospice, you become a partner on hundreds of journeys through life, death, grief, and healing. It can be seen on the faces of those we’ve served and in the stories carried through future generations. You become a part of our community in a way that is immense and profound by enabling Cedar Valley Hospice to fulfill its mission.
To make a gift to Cedar Valley Hospice
Cedar Valley Hospice
PO Box 2880
Waterloo, IA 50704
Or click here to give online by credit card
If you would like to make a pledge or use EFT (electronic funds transfer) please contact Chris Olds at (319) 272-2002, (800) 617-1972 or email@example.com
Ways to give
Celebrate the lives of loved ones by making a gift in memory or in honor of someone special. His or her name will be added to the Cedar Valley Hospice newsletter tribute list and your kindness will be shared with the family.
Click here for the most recent list of tributes and memorials.
Other ways to give:
- Outright gifts of cash
- Stock transfers
- Charitable gift annuities
- Designating CVH through a gift to the United Way
- Gifts of real estate
- Life insurance gifts
- Matching gifts through your place of employment
- Estate gifts
- Retirement plan gifts
Whether gifting to Cedar Valley Hospice for families served today or for those who need us tomorrow, please know you are making a difference in hundreds of lives. You are honoring the lives of loved ones past, as well as those you know and care for; or perhaps those you do not know, but care for anyway. You are making a tribute - a true celebration of their lives. Thank you.
Recognizing your gift
All tribute and donor names are listed in the Cedar Valley Hospice newsletter, The Journey, unless there is a request for anonymity. For certain gifts, lasting tributes can be displayed in the Cedar Valley Hospice Tribute Garden, either on a Memorial Brick or on the Tribute Wall. Please contact Chris Olds, Development Director, for more information at 319-272-2002 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How your gift is used
All Cedar Valley Hospice patients receive the same level of care, even if they do not have insurance or if their expenses are not fully reimbursed by Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance. Even as healthcare and medication costs increase, no Cedar Valley Hospice patient will be denied care or services because of their financial situation.
Community support also enables Cedar Valley Hospice to provide palliative care, youth and adult grief support services, and other end-of-life assistance to those in need. Cedar Valley Hospice does not receive reimbursement or payment for these programs. They exist due to grants and contributions received from the community.
For more information about gifting to Cedar Valley Hospice Click here to view our sponsorship opportunities brochure.