Morgan Keller Construction Continues Support to Hospice of Frederick County

03-08-2018

Recently, Morgan Keller Construction presented Hospice of Frederick County with a $10,000 pledge, to be paid over 3 years, continuing their generous support to Hospice and membership in the Corporate Partners Program. This gift demonstrates their continued commitment to Hospice of Frederick County and their services to the community.

“For over 24 years, Morgan Keller has supported our mission of care and compassion for the sickest members of our community. We are honored by their continued passion for our mission and trust in our stewardship. Together we will continue our efforts to make Frederick a better place for all our residents.” Carlos Graveran, Executive Director, Hospice of Frederick County.

“Morgan-Keller is proud to continue our long standing support of the mission of Hospice of Frederick County. The organization provides exceptional service to our community and their compassion should be recognized,” said Jerry Bowman, Morgan-Keller’s Executive Vice President.

Donations are used to off-set the services provided by hospice that are not reimbursable, such as the veteran’s program, music therapy and the Kline Hospice House which provides specialized 24-hour compassionate care in a home like setting to those in their last weeks of life. Room and board is private pay and the $275 fee is offered on a sliding scale.

To learn how your business can support Hospice, please contact Hospice’s Development Office at 240-566-3036.

From L to R: Angie Casterlin, Development and Marketing Manager Hospice of Frederick County, Jerry Bowman, Executive Vice President Morgan Keller Construction, Carlos Graveran, Executive Director Hospice of Frederick County.

Morgan Keller Construction presented Hospice of Frederick County with a $10,000 pledge.

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