Do you feel called to support Home Health & Hospice in some way?
We thank you!
Know you’re among dedicated neighbors supporting medically necessary care to patients and families of all ages and stages of life through bake sales, golf tournaments, jean days, bowl-a-thons and other creative events.
We thank you for considering giving back in this way!
By joining with friends, family and colleagues to turn an activity you love into support for Home Health & Hospice, you’ll bring essential medical care to patients and families — particularly those unable to pay for that care themselves. A community fundraising event is a fun way to ensure this care is ongoing. We offer a few tips to help you get started having fun and raising funds!
Again, thank you!
How Does It Work?
Above all, your event should be FUN and the right fit for you and your group! Consider the interest, talents, goals and time availability of your planning team. Think how you could promote the event to get friends, family and community excited and involved. There are many fun ways to bring people together — pick the event that’s right for you!
- Determine your target audience. Who is most likely to attend and support your event or project? Are you trying to attract the general public or a specific audience?
- Form a planning committee. Please keep in mind that individuals under age 18 must have a mentor or adult adviser to oversee coordination of a school or community event/project.
- Contact our Development team. We’re here to help you make the most of your event!
Things to Keep in Mind
- Printed and other materials should state that your event is benefiting the UVM Health Network – Home Health & Hospice.
- All necessary permits and certificates of insurance required by city ordinance or otherwise are the responsibility of the fundraising group.
- Due to confidentiality commitments, we’re unable to release patient, family, donor, volunteer, employee, clinician or other mailing lists for the purpose of solicitation of funds or participation in an outside event or project.
- Individuals under age 18 must have a mentor or adult adviser to oversee coordination of a school or community event or project.
- If circumstances warrant, UVM Health Network – Home Health & Hospice may opt out as a beneficiary of the event.
Want to learn more? Please email Donate@UVMHomeHealth.org or call (802) 860-1900, x3812. Thank you!