COMMUNITY EVENTS

Join us for an evening of “Living In Harmony”

38th Annual Hospice Wine Taste
February 4th, 2023 at 5:00pm
The Coeur d’Alene Resort

Presenting Sponsor: Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty

MORE INFORMATION HERE!

THE 41ST ANNUAL

TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY

December 8, 2022

4:30 PM and 6:00 PM

Indoor Ceremony with Outdoor Luminary Walk

Registration Required

 

REGISTRATION HERE!

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

(PLEASE CALL (208) 772-7994 TO REGISTER FOR SUPPORT GROUPS AND EVENTS, NOT INCLUDING EVENTBRITE)

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PAST EVENTS

Tree Lighting Ceremony Coeur d’Alene, 2019

St. Vincent dePaul Soup Off with Community Partners

PAST NEWS

Take a close look into the care and people you supported in the 2019 Annual Report

Wine Taste raised a record amount of support for patients! Proceeds help purchase medical supplies, medications, equipment, family grief support for patients in Kootenai, Shoshone and Benewah counties. Proceeds also help the Schneidmiller House expand by 5,000 square feet to accommodate our high demand for specialized clinical care. Read how much was raised and get full details, here!

Take a close look into the care and people you supported in the 2018 Annual Report

“We may not always have the time we want,” considered one attendee. Families just want to be able to have a good, goodbye. And when it’s their time, they want to say goodbye with dignity, courage, physical comfort, and have time to do so. Read it, here.

Take a close look into the care and people you supported in the 2017 Annual Report

Review Frontline Documentary’s “Being Mortal” articles Part 1 and  Part Two

Review of 2017 Kids Grief Camp, our Honors & Awards, and a sweet anniversary by the lake:  Summer 2017