I am a strong supporter of Hospice for several reasons. Our Hospice of Kona puts on an annual tea, with a silent auction and a hat contest. (No, I didn’t win a prize.)
I was invited to sit at the table with a dear friend who sponsored our table for eight. Kim’s hat should have won first prize.
Hospice of Kona provides a training program for anyone who would like to volunteer. One of my former students started out as a volunteer for a school service project. She now works for hospice.
What a fun day! It was a typical little girl’s “tea party” on an adult level, and for a good cause.
Watch this YouTube for a scan of the room full of gorgeous hats.
Hospice of Kona has a thrift shop that supports Nakamaru Hale, their hospice home. Also, at the thrift shop, you can borrow walkers, crutches, canes – anything you need on a temporary basis. When you have healed and no longer need these items, you simply return them for someone else to use.
Check out everything Hospice of Kona offers at their website.
A hui hou!
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