Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties (HOSC) is thankful for receiving a $5,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan (CFOS) less than a week after the Orange and Sullivan COVID-19 Response Fund was launched.
“We are grateful for the quick response and assistance we received.” Said Maggie Sutter, Director of Special Events and Development.
Hospice of Orange & Sullivan provides front-line services to the counties with some of the most vulnerable populations, patients and families dealing with end of life. “We care for patients and families across our two counties and at our Kaplan Family Hospice Residence.” Said Dan Grady, President and CEO. “These funds will help us to continue this care and protect our staff with what is needed as they continue providing our much-needed services.”
Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties is the leading community resource for over thirty years, providing patients and families with compassionate physical, emotional and spiritual end of life care with comfort, dignity and respect, and bereavement support to our communities.