Worthy of Your Support


In a world filled with needs, many ask for help. We invite you to consider Faith Hospice. Our mission calls us to provide compassionate care in Christ’s name. Faith Hospice provides this care by addressing the needs of the whole person—physical, emotional, and spiritual—as well as providing support to family members, loved ones and caregivers. Care is provided in private homes, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities, and hospitals and at Trillium Woods, our hospice in-patient facility. We are grateful for the generous community of friends who help us to fulfill our mission. Your participation in that community is welcomed.


For more information on how to give, call (616) 235-5125


MAKE A GIFT Gifts to Faith Hospice support the endowment fund, meaning that only the fund’s annual income is spent—the principal remains in perpetuity. Your gift will help people now…and in the future. Income from the fund goes toward patient assistance as well as toward the general operations of Faith Hospice.


MEMORIAL GIFTS Many families identify Faith Hospice as a designated charity for memorial gifts. If you’d like to honor a memorial invitation, please include the name of the person in whose honor your gift is made. Faith Hospice will inform a designated family member or loved one of your gift (the amount of your gift remains confidential).

PLANNED GIFTS At Faith Hospice we provide compassionate, dignified care at the end of life to all people regardless of their race, creed, religion or financial status. Your planned gift will be essential for us to provide care in the years to come. There are many planned gift options. Please contact us to discuss these opportunities, we would be happy to assist you in making a planned gift that reflects your values and goals.


WISH LIST Some donors prefer to give toward a specific purchase. We compiled a “wish list” of items that would help to improve the lives of our patients and their loved ones.

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Gifts to Faith Hospice make it possible for us to offer end-of-life hospice services to those without resources to pay for their care.