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Hospice Care of the Lowcountry is fortunate to have enjoyed the support of its community since 1982. As a true non-profit agency, we rely on that support to help us cover costs of our services that are not reimbursed by Medicare or other insurance. These programs include:
Palliative Home Health Care
Pediatric Palliative Care
Saving Grace Program (for the uninsured)
Camp TLC Youth Bereavement Day Camp
Community Bereavement Care
Hos-Pets Pet Therapy
LifeSong Music Therapy
Our Community Relations department handles all forms of fundraising, from securing grants to assisting with deferred gift planning. An annual appeal provides a regular opportunity for individuals to include Hospice Care in their charitable giving. Special events bring the story of Hospice to new and long-time community supporters. Memorial gifts allow families and friends to remember loved ones with an endowed gift that will perpetuate Hospice work.
All donations support the mission of Hospice Care of the Lowcountry to provide comfort care and pain management to our patients and their families regardless of financial circumstances.
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. Please consult your financial counselor for more details.
We apologize that we cannot currently accept donations online. Please call our office if you wish to make a donation.
Or, mail checks or credit card information to:
Hospice Care of the Lowcountry
PO Box 3827
Bluffton, SC 29910
For more information on ways you can give and be a part of supporting the Hospice Care mission, click here or contact Heather Hicks at email@example.com.
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