Keep Families Connected During COVID-19 Fundraiser
Date: Mar, 19 2020
Dear Friends of Adoray:
Adoray Home Health and Hospice is seeking the support of its community members to help supply Ipads for its hospice patients and partner facilities. During this time of social distancing, many of our hospice patients in facilities are restricted from regular visits with loved ones. You may have seen the recent Facebook videos of family members outside the facility windows of loved ones.
We know that in hospice, this is a crucial time to connect, reminisce and achieve bucket list items before starting their next journey. In cases when someone is dying, the last goodbye or opportunity to say¬ I love you and I’m sorry is actually part of the care plan.
To help support our patients at this time, Adoray is seeking donations to purchase Ipads to supply patients and facilities during this time. Our goal is to provide each patient in a facility with an Ipad to provide a daily update to loved ones unable to visit, an opportunity to connect via Facetime, and the chance to virtually visit bucket list destinations.
We are hoping to purchase 25 Ipads to supply to current patients residing in facilities. We know that this will have a long-lasting impact on our patients and communities. Through your generosity, we can help support our loved ones residing in facilities during this time of social distancing to protect the health and well-being of our communities. We thank you for your ongoing support of Adoray and the patients and communities we serve.
Together, we can help support our hospice patients and their families stay connected through the COVID-19 pandemic and ensure no one dies alone!
To make a tax-exempt donation to our Keep Families Connected Fundraiser.
ONLINE: Please click the MORE INFO BUTTON below to donate online today.
MAIL: Please mail a check to Adoray Home Health & Hospice at 990 Main Street, Suite 1, Baldwin, WI 54002
For questions, please contact Amber Bettinger, Development Director at email@example.com or 715.629.1922.