Giving for Living All of the Days
Join me as I raise money for Care Dimensions!
As many of you know, I have been a hospice volunteer for about 4 years now. It has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I have been privileged to know and care for many beautiful souls who have shared their life stories with me and allowed me to be witness to their end of life experience.
I am walking in the 32nd Annual Care Dimensions Walk for Hospice to remember my father who was an educator and a Korean War Veteran, Leo Stengel. My Dad was a man who couldn't turn away a person or an animal in need. He was an educator even after he died by donating his body to a university medical program. I wish to honor his generosity and his unconditional love with this fundraiser.
The goal is to raise essential funds so that Care Dimensions (the hospice where I volunteer) can provide expert, compassionate care to patients and their families when they need it most. Care Dimensions serves more than 1,200 patients every day, wherever they call home. Their teams of doctors, nurses, social workers, chaplains, aides, and volunteers work to provide a complete continuum of care.
On September 29th, I will join thousands of walkers who, like me, believe that patients and their families should have the best quality and the most comprehensive end-of-life care possible. The funds raised in the Walk for Hospice help to bridge gaps in funding and ensures that exemplary care is given to all patients and their loved ones. Your support of this event means that no patient is ever turned away, regardless of their ability to pay.
Thank you for visiting my page. With your support, we can make the difficult paths easier and all of our days worth living.
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