Hospice Friends,

“A friend in Kittitas since 1983.” 

 

 

Providing Compassionate Care for Clients and Families through our Volunteer Program, Supplies and Equipment. 

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About Hospice Friends

​Hospice Friends is a tax exempt, charitable non-profit organization under section 501(c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Our mission is to provide peace, comfort, and care to  anyone facing a life-threatening illness, to the frail elderly, and those with a short-term medical need in Kittitas County. Hospice Friends promotes a caring community without affiliation to any specific religious orientation or political view. We have been providing services, supplies and equipment to the elderly and anyone facing a life threatening illness in Kittitas County since 1983. Hospice Friends was formed by a small group of dedicated individuals who believed that people are entitled to quality of life even when quantity is limited. We are funded by the generosity of individuals and businesses who support our mission.

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Services offered by Hospice Friends

Grandmother and Grandson

Supplies & Equipment

Volunteers

Volunteer with Hospice Friends

A Supportive Hug

Comfort Therapies and Bereavement Services

Candle in Hands

Vigil Service – No One Dies Alone

Donation Jar

Sponsors 

Reigniting Hope - January 4th, 2022

Reigniting Hope, finding inspiration from grief

 

Grief has been described as a journey to heal from the loss of a loved one. While everyone’s experience is different based on things like the relationship with the deceased person and the circumstances surrounding the death, grief can be a painful, a difficult and a lonely journey.

You are not alone.

 

Hospice Friends is offering a facilitated bereavement group for anyone in Kittitas County who is experiencing a loss and who would like to work through their grief to reignite hope.

 

Our goal is to provide support and connection to help with healing. We will help you:

  • Understand the experience of grief and how we move forward

  • Connect with others to hear and learn about the different experiences of regaining hope

  • Create the opportunity to remember and memorialize those we have lost and who we are becoming in this transition

  • Leave with specific things that are meaningful to each individual to reignite hop

"Volunteers are the heart and soul of Hospice Friends, without them the organization would not exist".