Donate Your Donation Matters
Your gift of financial support to Hospice of Randolph helps ensure no one is denied loving care and support because of the inability to pay. Your gift can help make quality end-of-life care possible for all who need it, regardless of their financial situation. Hospice of Randolph is an affiliate of Hospice of the Piedmont, which is a 501(c)( 3) charitable organization. Gifts are generally tax-deductible under IRS guidelines, but we suggest you contact your tax advisor to determine your specific situation.Click Here To Donate
All gifts to Hospice of Randolph are used to support our core mission: To connect individuals and their families to the care they need on the terms they choose. Gifts support all of our programs, including the Grief Counseling Center, which is available to all, free of charge.
Types of gifts include:
General Gifts of Support
These can be made as a one-time gift, or as a pledge for a recurring gift.
Honorariums are a generous way to honor an individual and are often given to remember birthdays and other important life events. Honorees will be notified of the gift (without disclosing the gift amount) to let them know you have made a donation in their name.
Memorials are a profoundly generous way to honor and acknowledge the death of a loved one. Memorials are made in the name of the deceased, and notification is sent to the designated family member, with no mention of the amount of the gift. If you are interested in a memorial brick, click here.
In-kind gifts are donated items that are used every day for the care of our clients. In-kind gifts can minimize the number of products we need to purchase, thereby freeing those funds for other care-related services. For an ongoing list of needed items, click here.
Planned Giving and Estate Gifts
Planned Giving is a way to remember Hospice of Randolph, an affiliate of Hospice of the Piedmont, in your will or estate planning and can be an enduring gift of support. Gifts are often made as a designated cash amount in your will or can be offered as a gift of securities, insurance policies or other financial instruments. To discuss planned giving, please contact the Public & Donor Relations Department Office at 336-889-8446.
Ways to Give
Hospice of Randolph gratefully accepts cash, checks and credit cards. Depending upon your preference, you can do that in a number of ways.
Cash or Check
To download and print a form to accompany your gift of cash or check, click here, complete the form and mail it to us at 1801 Westchester Drive, High Point, NC 27262.
This form allows you to designate your gift as a one-time gift, a recurring gift or an honorarium or memorial.
Click here to access the form for making an online gift via credit card. You may designate credit card gifts as a one-time gift, a recurring gift or an honorarium or memorial.
Your donation to the United Way or your workplace giving campaign can be directed to us by designating Hospice of Randolph, an affiliate of Hospice of the Piedmont, on your donation form.
Many employers provide matching gifts to support their employees’ charitable giving. This results in a larger gift than you would make on your own. To determine if your company has a matching gift program, contact your HR department. They will provide you with the guidelines for securing a gift match for Hospice of Randolph.
Hospice of Randolph is also able to accept gifts of stocks, annuities, insurance policies, trust disbursements, and other financial instruments. To make a gift of this type, please contact our Development Office at 336.889.8446.
Your entire team was amazing. They are very professional in their work but also have big hearts and it comes through in how they do their work and in their positive attitudes.
Thank you for making your home like her home, warm and comfortable.
Your kindness and efforts go far beyond the patients and extend to their families and friends.
Everyone who cared for my wife was, without exception, caring, kind, and exceptionally capable individuals who seemed to truly care about her well-being and care.
Your staff (at Hospice Home) was confident, thoughtful, kind and very loving to my mom. When we couldn’t be there or take care of her needs, you took care of her.
My mother spent her last days in your facility. I want to thank you for the gifts you gave to her and our family. The dignity, caring, professionalism, and kindness will remain a bright part of our saying goodbye to our mother.
My family and I would not have made it without Hospice.
For many veterans, military service is the most important thing that they have done in their lives. As part of We Honor Veterans, those patients are now paired with a volunteer who also served in the military and share a common bond.
Thank you for all of your care, concern, education and kindness during Mom’s last year. My grief journey has had a lighter backpack because of Hospice.
Their touch, their time, their words were the comfort of a lifetime.
We were privileged to have the support of (Hospice)…They nurtured and cared for my husband as if he was their only patient.
Me consuela saber que mi esposa tuvo los mejores cuidados gracias a Hospice. La ayudaron a ella y a nuestra familia en todas las maneras posibles.
I thank God for putting good people in the right job for people like me.
We were so impressed by your staff and your desire to help us. No one wants to need Hospice, but when a person does, it is a tremendous blessing. Thanks again for the care you gave my dad, and ultimately all of us.
I would like to say that you have a beautiful Hospice Home. It is so nice and serene. I love the “quiet spots” that you can go to and meditate. Thank you so much in helping make my mother’s last days on this earth a little better and comforting.