For more than two decades, Hospice of the Valley has helped people through the most difficult times in their lives. Founded by volunteers and sustained by our community, Hospice of the Valley celebrates life by helping patients, family members, and other in need to live each day as fully as possible. The Hospice of the Valley Foundation originated through a desire to reach out into our community and meet unmet needs.
The Foundation seeks and depends on regular contributors to support Goodwill Services - the future will depend, more and more, on special gifts from individuals who want to help sustain Hospice of the Valley as a strong and stable provider of end-of-life and bereavement care. This support will allow Hospice of the Valley to be there when services are needed...where services are needed...for as long as services are needed.
To support the Foundation donate online by clicking here.
The purpose of the Hospice of the Valley Foundation is to provide an on-going source of funds that enable Hospice of the Valley to provide Goodwill services which include:
Unreimbursed Hospice Care is available to anyone who is in need of end-of-life care but is not covered by Medicare, Medicaid, or private insurance. HOTV also covers additional services that are not covered by insurance reimbursement.
The Community Bereavement Center is a central resource of support for individuals of all ages as they deal with issues of grief or loss related to death.
To support the Foundation, donate online or by mail. Please make checks payable to Hospice of the Valley Foundation, Inc. and return to:
P.O. Box 2745
240 Johnston Street, SE
Decatur, AL 35602
Hospice of the Valley is a 501 (c) (3) organization. ID # 20-1578523
As a member of the Better Business Bureau and in compliance of the BBB's standards, Hospice of the Valley's IRS form 990 may be viewed at www.guidestar.org
- Melinda Woller, President
- Charlotte Gregory, Vice President
- Christy Lamb, Secretary
- Claudia Compton
- John Edington
- Joe Hill
- Lisa Jones
- Kathryn Roberts
- Bo Weinman