Newsletters - Hospice Matters

Please enjoy our Hospice Matters newsletters. If you would like to receive Hospice Matters, please subscribe.

 Winter 2018

  • Grief During The Holidays
  • A Recap of Illuminations
  • Year-End Giving
  • Extremis Film Screening & Book Signing
  • The Hospice Promise Fund

 Fall 2018

  • Remembering Loved Ones at the Annual Live Butterfly Release
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Meet our New Medical Director
  • Stories of Sentimental Journeys
  • The Power of Pediatric Care

 Summer 2018

  • Transforming Loss
  • Today's Tributes, Tomorrow's Legacies
  • Colorado Springs Health Foundation Grant
  • Patient Special Needs Program
  • Sentimental Journeys

 Spring 2018

  • Healing Hounds - the impact of therapy pets
  • 33rd Annual Community Tree Lighting
  • The Gift of Giving

 Winter 2017

  • A Bronco Tradition Fulfilled
  • Painting a Brighter World
  • Year-End Giving
  • Colorado Gives Day
  • Coping with Grief During the Holidays

 Summer 2017

  • Gloria A. Brooks Names New President of Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care
  • Foundation News
  • Planning Ahead
  • PPHPC Headquarters Named in Honor of Martha M. Barton

 Spring 2017

  • Legendary Leader Retiring from PPHPC
  • Search for the New President
  • The Daniels Fund
  • PPH Unit at Penrose Hospital Refurbishment Project Underway
  • In Memory of Co-Founder Susan Sherwin Langstaff
Hospice Matters Winter 2016

Winter 2016

  • Boy Scout Eagle Project Making a Difference for Patients
  • Colorado Gives Day
  • Planned Giving
  • Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Available
  • Pharmacy Team Receives Specialized Training
Hospice Matters Summer 2016

Summer 2016

  • Inpatient Care and Nancy Lewis Park Create Lasting Connections
  • PPHPC Affiliates with Care Synergy
  • Trees of Life – A Time-Honored Tradition
  • Enterprise Zone Tax Credit Available
Hospice Matters Spring 2016

Spring 2016

  • Vet-to-Vet Service – Powerful Program Promotes Healing
  • We Honor Veterans
  • Foundation News
  • Would You Like to Make a Difference?
  • Unique Tools for Unique Needs
Hospice Matters Winter 2015

Winter 2015

  • PPHPC Collaborates with City to Refresh Nancy Lewis Park
  • A Ready Resource – PPHPC Launches Updated Website
  • PPHPC Amplifies Social Media Presence
  • Trees of Life are Shining
  • PPHPC Receives a Special Gift in Honor of a Special Volunteer
Hospice Matters Summer 2015

Summer 2015

  • PPHPC Helps Patients Live a Better Life Now
  • Hope Lives – A Different Kind of Healing
  • Trees of Life – A Time-Honored Tradition
  • Honoring Those Who Serve
  • Celebrating 35 Years of Service with Acts of Kindness in Our Community


What Our Families Say

"Everyone I have been in contact with for your organization is a
God-send to me on every level.  Thank you for your dedication to
your job and your concern for each patient."  August 2018

"What a caring team!  Not only do you care for the patients, but also for the family. 
We were always asked, 'Is there anything you need?  god bless you all."  February 2018

"Even though it's a challenge to be without my dad, I have so many happy memories of him,
it helps always.  Thank you for all the many things you did to help my dad in his last days. 
It was so sad to watch him pass, but knowing that he was being care for everyday by
so many others, made all the difference in the world.  You've all made me feel as
though I have support if needed.  Thank you!"  April 2017

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