The work of Home Health & Hospice depends on our people: our dedicated staff and many generous friends in our community and far beyond who give to help us care for our neighbors.
With the support of donors, who give through annual, memorial and special event donation, legacy gifts, and through our endowment, we are able to do so much more to care for our community.
The generosity of our community last year allowed us to provide $2.1 million in unreimbursed care to our neighbors, increasing access to quality home health and hospice care. We sincerely thank all donors who supported our work.
Please click on the links below to see the lists of our generous friends. We do our best to ensure the accuracy of these lists. If we have missed anyone, please let us know at (802) 860-4499, ext. 3812. Thank you.
Julia Smith Wheeler Founders’ Society
Julia Smith Wheeler was one of the founders of today’s UVM Health Network – Home Health & Hospice. In 1906, she recognized the need for home health services in our community. The Founders’ Society honors forward-thinking benefactors who name the Home Health & Hospice to receive a legacy gift.
By remembering the Home Health & Hospice in their wills or trusts, these community members ensure that vital health services remain available for everyone in Chittenden and Grand Isle counties for years to come.
To learn more about the charitable gift annuity program or other legacy giving opportunities, please contact Maya Fehrs, director of Development, at (802) 860-4475 or visit our Gift Planning Page.
View our generous Founders:
Our endowment helps us meet the increased demand for charitable care, provides for advances in program services, and ensures we will be here to serve our community far into the future. We sincerely thank the following families and individuals who, with their extraordinary contributions, established Family Funds to invest in the health of our community:
View our generous families and individuals: