Ways to Give
Financial support from the community helps to ensure that Hospice of Frederick County can continue to provide care for anyone who needs us, regardless of their ability to pay. We appreciate and welcome your support:
Kline Hospice House Memorial Wall
A commemorative engraved tile is an ideal way to honor or memorialize your loved one. Designating a tile on the Memorial Wall creates a lasting tribute and ensures the Kline House will be here for future patients and families. Click here for details
Memorial or Tribute Gifts
Memorial gifts honor loved ones who have died. Tribute gifts honor those who have touched your life in a special way. They may recognize outstanding services by the hospice team, or commemorate a special occasion such as a wedding, birthday or anniversary.
Gifts of Cash
This type of contribution made with cash, check or credit card is the simplest way to support Hospice of Frederick County. Continued contributions can be made through monthly debit or payroll deduction.
Leave a legacy for generations to come through a bequest, appreciated property (including individual stocks, bonds and mutual funds), life insurance policies or gifts of retirement assets.
Giving Through Your Workplace
Ask your employer about matching gifts, or other opportunities to participate in charitable efforts to benefit Hospice of Frederick County.
In-Kind Support/Hospice Wish List
Donated services and materials allow our dollars to go where they are needed most.
Individuals and organizations may choose to fundraise on behalf of Hospice of Frederick County by planning or hosting an event.
Service Club Support
Local clubs and organizations often make charitable contributions to support our services to the community.
Individual, Corporate, Grant or Private Foundation Support
Contributions may be designated to a particular program, or to our General Hospice of Frederick County Fund. Make a donation today.
Hospice of Frederick County is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your gift may be tax-deductible as a charitable contribution to the limits allowed by law.