Ways To Give

The Caring House is proud to say that it has been serving Madison County for over 20 years thanks to the amazing support of the community. Our doors would not be open without generous contributions of time, talent, and treasures.
 
There's a way for each and every person to join the Hospice Family Care and The Caring House family.
  
 
 
Tell Your Story

If you or someone you know has benefited from the services at the Caring House, or you have been positively impacted by your experience as a volunteer or donor, we want to hear your story.
 
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We are grateful to our trained, volunteer facilitators who help us provide programming year-round at no cost to families. However, donations keep The Caring House stocked with arts and crafts, games, and equipment for our summer-time special events, like Grief Camp and the Caring House Carnival. Donations also enable us to dispatch qualified crisis intervention staff, in situations such as traumatic loss, and allow us to reach kids in over 25 local schools when they can't make it to The Caring House.

After being located on the first floor of Hospice Family Care's administrative office for over 20 years, in 2016, The Caring House was proud to move into its new home at 203 Longwood Drive. Donations made that possible and continue to provide this warm, safe "home away from home" where kids can connect with others who've experienced loss.
 
 
 In-Kind Donations: The Caring House Wish List 
 
Not everyone has the time or money to support The Caring House; however, many businesses and community groups choose to with us running with In-Kind support, such as supplies to keep kids active and safe. then take a look at this year's Wishlist and see where your support fits-in.
 
 
Letters verifying tax-deductible contribution are available upon request by contacting the Business Development Office at Hospice Family Care, 256-650-1212.
 
 
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