40th Anniversary Celebration

02/17/20 at 03:46 AM by Christy Pennington

with Keynote Speaker, Nora McInerny
Author, Podcast Host & TED Talk Speaker

As the longest-standing nonprofit hospice organization in El Paso County, the community has turned to us to care for their loved ones and we wanted to thank you all for your support along the way.  As we enter a new decade, we felt it was appropriate to reflect on how important it is to make the days count, to highlight what it means to move forward in loss, and identify the importance of community support.

Join us in celebration of our organization's 40th anniversary during this heartwarming and humorous keynote about love and loss.

Friday, March 20, 2020
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Penrose House Garden Pavilion
1661 Mesa Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

As space is limited, RSVPs are required by March 15 to:  Christy Pennington, 719.457.8105 or

What Our Families Say

What you all do is amazing.  Thank you for all your help, support and guidance for my mother and family.  It was such a gift and a blessing to be with my mom and take care of her and to have her at home with my daughter and I.  We will never forget your kindness.  Thank you! ~ Patient's family

The services my husband and I received during his last stages of life were invaluable to us.  His primary wish at the end was to be at home.  I was very afraid that I couldn't grant that wish, but with the help of Pikes Peak Hospice he was able to be at home, where he was comfortable, until the very end.  I am also truly thankful for the grief counseling that you provided to me. ~ Patient's wife

Thank you for all your assistance during this time and for the care of my mother.  There are not enough compliments to give for the support, knowledge, bedside manner, courtesy and kindness. ~ Patient's daughter


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