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News from Home Health United – March 2015
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- Featured: Join Us in the March for Meals!
- Your Stories: Annual Jim Crawford Hospice Fundraiser & Golf Tournament
- Our Stories: Grief Support for Kids – Two Sessions of Camp GLOW Scheduled ● “We Honor Veterans” – Home Health United Achieves Partner Level One
- From Our Blog: Help Us Build a Care Community
- Extras: Make a Difference – Volunteer – Meals On Wheels – Hospice – SAFE at Home ● Community Grief Support
- Donors: Make a Donation ● Learn About What Your Donations Do ● Our Donors
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Home Health United – Meals On Wheels feeds over 300 greater Madison area seniors every day. March for Meals is a time when programs from across the nation work to raise awareness of senior hunger and how Meals On Wheels programs and their volunteers help to ensure seniors in their communities receive the nutrition they need. How can you help Home Health United – Meals On Wheels make a difference?
Over 200 people came out to support the third annual Jim Crawford Hospice Fundraiser & Dart Tournament in early January 2015. This event which is organized by the Crawford Family raises funds to support the St. Clare Hospice House Resident Fund.
Camp GLOW – Giving Loved Ones Wings is a day camp designed specifically for children who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Home Health United is proud to be able to offer sessions in both Baraboo and Janesville in 2015.
Over the past year, Home Health United has been implementing ongoing Veteran-centered education for staff and volunteers to help improve the care provided to the Veterans we proudly serve. As a result of the hard work and dedication of our staff, Home Health United was recently awarded Partner Level One Status as part of the “We Honor Veterans” program.
Help Us Build a Care Community!
Home Health United is starting our very own blog – Care Community. We are currently looking for community bloggers to provide content.
Care Community is intended to be a resource for families with aging parents, grandparents or other loved ones in southern Wisconsin. Often called the “Sandwich Generation,” more and more people today are sandwiched between caregiving duties for multiple generations, commonly for their children and aging parents.
If you are interested in contributing to HHU’s Care Community or know someone who might be, please contact our Marketing Department at Info@hhuvns.org.
Make a Difference – Volunteer
Community Grief Support
As part of Home Health United’s dedication to the communities we serve, we offer Community Grief Support Groups throughout our service area to anyone who has experienced a loss. Visit our website to see upcoming groups in your community.
Your support helps us develop new programs, provide public health programs that prevent disease, and provide charity care. There are many ways to give, and every gift, of any size, is greatly appreciated.
Thank you to our donors.
Visit our website to view our list of donors