At the 16th Annual ‘Matter of Taste Wine Tasting & Auction,’ All Care Hospice will be offering 200 lucky individuals the chance to win $10,000 !

Drawing to be held Thursday, November 16th, 2017 Danversport Yacht Club, Danvers, MA   Click Here to purchase Raffle tickets online   On Thursday, November 16th, at the Danversport Yacht Club in Danvers, MA, from 6 pm to 9:30 pm, over 300 guests will enjoy a sumptuous buffet, test their palettes on fine wine and beer, try their luck on great raffle prizes, and bid on exciting silent and live auction items. Only 200 raffle tickets will be sold at $100.00 each for the ‘A Matter of Giving’ $10K Raffle,  and while you need not be present to win, it is a lot more fun if you are!   Proceeds from this event directly benefit our hospice patients and families; without the support of our sponsors and donors, providing care to these individuals in the 60+ communities we serve would not be possible. The All Care Hospice mission enables those with life-limiting illnesses to receive the most compassionate medical care with personalized support for families through bereavement services and volunteer programs regardless of ability to pay. Hundreds of local businesses and organizations contribute to make this event a success each year, we hope we can count on your support to help meet our fundraising goal! For information about sponsorship opportunities, donating items, or to purchase admission and/or raffle tickets, please contact Patty St John 781-244-1124 or via email at pstjohn@allcare.org  ...

Service Weaving

On the evening of July 13, 2017 the All Care Hospice and Bereavement Program held a Summer Service of Remembrance at the Lynn office.  Over one hundred All Care families, staff and community members gathered together to remember and to seek comfort.  The service provided an opportunity to reflect and honor through poetry, music and special rituals lead by different Hospice staff members.  The women’s chorus, Voices Rising, graced us with their amazing gifts of song and presence. Attendees were also invited to contribute to a commemorative weaving during the reception.  Individuals, of all ages, added a personal piece of fabric and/or ribbon in honor of someone special that died. Textiles, of different colors and textures, were gently woven together to create a unified tapestry of love and legacy. This commemorative weaving is now completed and being displayed in the All Care office. Thank you to all the individuals that attended and volunteered their time and/or support to this important event. The courage, care and commitment of those involved rippled forth and created not only a safe and accepting space, but one that felt vibrant with love and hope.  “Even with broken threads, a new cloth can be woven, of love, memory, connection and understanding in the circle of weavers.”              – Excerpt from a reading at the Service of Remembrance. Adapted from Elizabeth Morris in “Storytellers in the Circle of...