Please consider a donation
so that we may continue to provide
our services "free of charge".
All donations to
Eaton Community 
Palliative Care
are tax-deductible to the
extent of the allowable law

"2013 Volunteers of the Year"
Eaton Community Palliative Care

Ron and Judy Schultheiss

Eaton Community Hospice 
changed its name to 
Eaton Community Palliative Care

Mission Statement

"Eaton Community Palliative Care is a volunteer organization providing, at no cost, physical, emotional and spiritual care for the terminally ill, their families and/or significant others, enabling the terminally ill to die with dignity in their home or with 24-hour care at the Eaton Community Palliative Care residences."

 

Eaton Community Palliative Care helps provide diverse services,
at no cost, to patients and their families in our community who are living with a terminal illness. It is our mission to assist these families whenever possible.

Your support of our organization helps to ensure that we will be here to provide 24 hour care:

  • For those needing end of life care
  • For those whose caregivers are exhausted
  • For those in unsafe situations
  • For those without caregivers
  • For those living alone
  • For the homeless
  • For Hospice House admissions or crisis intervention in homes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

 

Patient rooms overlook the Leland and Opal Peck Memorial Garden
at Eaton Community Palliative Care



Eaton Community Palliative Care Residence - Opened 2003



Eaton Community Palliative Care Residence - Opened 2013


More Details and Ticket Request Form

 

Eaton Community Palliative Care
a special kind of caring  . . .

26th Annual Auction
Saturday, March 21, 2015

Dear Hospice Supporters,

Eaton Community Palliative Care believes everyone deserves to die with dignity and in comfort. To that end, we provide 24-hour care, meeting their physical, emotional and spiritual needs AT NO CHARGE. For this to be possible, it takes just under a $1,000,000.00 annually.

We are preparing for our 26th annual auction to be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015. Proceeds raised from this annual event go toward supporting the Palliative Care/Hospice Residence. This event takes place at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Charlotte and is highly advertised. 

Past auctions have brought in over $30,000.00. May we count on you for a contribution of an item(s), gift certificate or cash contribution for this year’s event? This could be done in various ways:

Auction Sponsor (includes 2 tickets and event recognition) $500.00
Table Sponsor (Includes 2 tickets and event recognition) $300.00
Dinner Sponsor (Includes 2 tickets and event recognition) $100.00
Donated Auction Items

Your involvement goes a long way toward helping Eaton Community Palliative Care succeed in its mission. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of making this 26th annual auction the best one yet. In appreciation of your contribution, your name will appear in this year’s program and thank you materials. 

Thanks again for considering this opportunity to help Eaton Community Palliative Care provide free 24 hour care for those who are very ill. Please call our office at 517-543-5310 with questions. Auction items or cash contributions may be mailed to 2675 South Cochran, Charlotte, MI 48813 or dropped off at our office any time before March 9, 2015.

With Great Appreciation,

Margaret Kyser-Schmidt
Executive Director

Please Consider a Donation to our Auction Today  

 

 
Eaton Community
Palliative Care

Inquiries

echospice@voyager.net
 

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Eaton Community Palliative Care
Newsletter

Published
August 2013
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Hours for Our Thrift Shops
Mondays - Closed
Tuesdays - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesdays - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursdays - 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Fridays - 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturdays - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sundays - Closed

Become a Member
of Our
Eaton Community Palliative Care
VolunteerTeam
Please Contact our Office
 at 517-543-5310 for a
Volunteer Application


100% of the profits go to the
operations of
Eaton Community Palliative Care

Notes and Quotes
From the Famlies of Our Patients

"Thank you for taking such good care of our mother,whom we loved so much. When someone we care about needs the kind of help we just can’t give it’s great comfort to have kind and capable people like you there to help. Thank for all you do and how well you do it."

"Thank you for our kind compassionate care of my dear cousin. Your tender care for her allowed her to live her last days on earth in peach and with dignity. The way you cared for the entire family during such stressful time is truly amazing. Your workers are clearly there because you love people and want to serve families who are hurting."

"I greatly appreciate the care you gave my son while he was there. You did everything possible to make myself, and family visitors as comfortable as possible. You certainly are special people."

I wanted to express my most sincere gratitude for all of your hard work, care and concern each of you displayed to my mother and my family during our most difficult time of her passing in may. I truly feel all of your help and service was an answer to prayer and I am forever grateful for your kindness and patience you showed us. Your organization is truly remarkable and the love you show your patients and families is wonderful. Words cannot express my gratitude to all of you. Thank you.

"Words cannot describe how much we want to thank you for taking care of Mike during his final days. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making us as a family feel comfortable and welcome during this stressful time. What you do as a whole will always be in our hearts and we could never thank you enough for the hospitality you provided our family."

 

Providing "a special kind of caring" for 32 years
1983 - 2015

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.