Hospice Promise Fund

Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation allows donors to make restricted contributions to its endowment fund, the Hospice Promise Fund.  Donations are invested to meet future needs of patients and families facing life-limiting illness.  The fund produces a stream of income to be used to meet ongoing operational expenses not reimbursed through traditional payer sources.   Distribution of the earnings are guided by an Investment Policy.  Because of generous donors over the years and conservative investment guidelines, Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation annually distributes between $500,000 and $600,000 directly into the operations of Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care.  These dollars are used to cover the unreimbursed costs for programs of care such as Palliative Services, Charity Care, Pediatric Pathways, Complementary Therapies, Sentimental Journey and Patient Special Needs.

Contributions of any amount are welcome to the Hospice Promise Fund and we look forward to reporting the impact your donations make to patients and families in need.

Click Here to donate online. Thank you for your generous support!

                     All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

What Our Families Say

Thank you so much for all your help with my daughter.  Bless you for all your love and assistance. ~ Patient's mother

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

We want to thank all of you for the extraordinary care you gave to our loved one during his time in hospice.  The love and compassion you each showed him and all us meant so much. ~ Patient's family

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Remembering Loved Ones at Tree Lighting Ceremony
02 Dec

Hundreds of people remembered their loved ones on November 16 at Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care's annual Trees of Life Tree Lighting Ceremony.  Held at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, thousands of