ALL CARE EVENTS


 November 8, 2018

 

‘A Matter of Taste’ 17th Annual Wine Tasting & Charity Auction

Danversport Yacht Club, Danvers, MA from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

At the 17th Annual ‘A Matter of Taste’ Wine Tasting & Auction, over 200 guests will enjoy a sumptuous culinary experience, test their palettes on fine wine, rum and beer, try their luck on great raffle prizes, and bid on exciting silent and live auction items!

Proceeds from this event directly benefits our hospice patients and their families. Without the generous support of our sponsors and donors through fundraising events like this, providing care to these individuals in the 65 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 their ability to pay.

Hundreds of local businesses and organizations contribute to make this event a tremendous success each year! We hope we can count on your support to help us meet our fundraising goal!

And don’t forget about our “Matter of Giving” $10,000 Raffle!  For a $100 donation, you will have a chance at winning $10,000!  Only 200 raffle tickets will be sold so your chances of winning are excellent!  The winning ticket will be drawn at our “A Matter of Taste” event on November 8th and you do not need to be present to win!

For information about sponsorship opportunities, donating items, or to purchase admission and/or raffle tickets, please contact Julie Manninen at 781-244-1124, or via email at jmanninen@allcare.org


The success of All Care Hospice fundraising events is the direct result of the relationships we have developed with patients, families, friends and the business community.  As always, we thank you all for your support!

 

December 12, 2018

 

Lights of Remembrance

For many, the holidays are a time for reflection and remembrance of what we have and of what we have lost.   Lights of Remembrance is a means to say ‘I remember’ in a positive way and celebrate that lives and the love of those we miss most.

Dedicating a light in the name of a loved one is a special way to remember them during the holiday season while ensuring that hospice and home care will be available to patients with life-limiting illness and their families in the future.

The Lights of Remembrance ceremony will start at 6 p.m. and acknowledges both the challenges and  joys that the holidays present in a setting that is illuminated by the  warm glow of the tree lights and the camaraderie of those who gather.

For more information and to register call:  

Liz Mearkle-Cumming, Bereavement Coordinator: 781.244.1198