The Power of Giving as ONE OF MANY
The Joys of Membership
Compassionate Givers meet four times a year to learn how Harbor Hospice staff and volunteers are at work in the community providing hospice and palliative care, and supporting grieving family members and caregivers who have lost someone close. These champion philanthropists have the opportunity to engage with staff and with each other to gain an understanding of the work of Harbor Hospice and how it is meeting the needs of adults and children in West Michigan. In turn, they share a deep sense of purpose and accomplishment.
Compassionate Givers is open to anyone wishing to provide focused financial support annually to Harbor Hospice programs. By offering two stages of membership, Compassionate Givers welcomes and encourages both seasoned philanthropists and those who want to expand their commitment to charitable giving.
- Leadership Donors are 40 years old and up who contribute $1,000 annually through Compassionate Givers.
- Rising Leaders are under 40 years old who contribute $500 annually through Compassionate Givers.
Membership is renewed at the end of each calendar year.
Choose the Project that Touches YOU
We are delighted that members voted to purchase CADD pumps for the program selection in 2021. Patients in their homes and at the Leila and Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence will greatly appreciate the capacity of the new equipment to deliver a steady stream of pain medication without fluctuations or gaps. The state-of-the-art pumps are life-changing!
Since 2019, the members of the Compassionate Givers have given $90,000 to support programs and enhance the mission of Harbor Hospice and Harbor Palliative Care!
These gifts enabled us to translate our palliative care materials into Spanish, which is the first language of thousands of families in West Michigan. The materials have become an essential bridge to those who were unaware of how our palliative care can help. Their support also funded a new nurses’ call system for the Leila & Cyrus Poppen Hospice Residence assuring clear and immediate communication between our patients and the nursing staff. It is another tool that enables residents of the Poppen to receive the very best hospice care.
Give in a Way that Works for YOU
Your annual gift can be made as cash, a check, a credit card payment, or appreciated stock. The full amount will be applied toward the capital need or program chosen by you and your fellow members of Compassionate Givers.