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As the largest not-for-profit hospice in Texas, Community Healthcare of Texas/Providence Hospice is committed to providing compassionate end-of-life care to every patient and family who needs our services.

Each year we provide more than $1 million in uncompensated care to families who either had no insurance or whose coverage did not include hospice benefits.   

In addition, we offer extensive grief care support programs to both hospice families and the community, all free of charge to anyone who needs us. The epidemic has changed the way we do many things, and essential programs like Grief Care continue in new online formats. We simply will not leave families to face grief and the pandemic without our support.

Your financial contribution to Community Healthcare of Texas/Providence Hospice allows us to make our programs and services available to everyone throughout the 25 counties we serve in the North Central Texas area. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all contributions to Community Healthcare of Texas are tax-deductible.

Click here to make a donation in memory of ” or “ in honor of ” someone special. We will send a special embossed dove card notifying the person of your choice that a memorial or honorarium gift was given by you with no mention of the gift amount.

You can also mail contributions, payable to “Community Healthcare of Texas,”.

Community Healthcare of Texas

6100 Western Place, Suite 105
Fort Worth, TX 76107

To donate by phone, please call (800) 226-0373, Mon – Fri 8 am – 5 pm.

See below to learn about other ways to give.

Consider making a contribution to Community Healthcare of Texas. There are many ways you can give. Choices for giving include, but are not limited to:

  • Memorial and honorary gifts – If you have a family member or friend whose life has been touched by Community Healthcare of Texas hospice and palliative care programs, we hope you’ll consider making a gift to us in honor of that person. Providing a gift establishes a living tribute that allows you to honor a loved one, support our continuing efforts and receive personal financial benefits from your contribution. By making a gift in your name or the name of a loved one, you can inspire philanthropy in others.
  • Bequests – Through a bequest, you have the ability to contribute stocks, bonds, or other assets through a provision in your will. When you remember Community Healthcare of Texas in your will, you will support our mission after you have gone.
  • Restricted gifts – Designate a gift to support one of our hospice houses, the Community Healthcare of Texas Hospice House in Burleson, Community Healthcare of Texas Hospice House Downtown in Fort Worth, or Providence Hospice Place in Waco. At our hospice houses, we provide expert inpatient care and support in a comfortable, home-like setting for those who are unable to remain in their own home.
  • Permanent Memorials
    – Brick memorial garden and tree of life with brass leaf at our Community Healthcare of Texas Hospice House in Burleson
    – Glass plaque memorials at Community Healthcare of Texas Hospice House in Downtown Fort Worth
    – Memorial Wall at Providence Hospice Place
  • Employee Matching
    – We will partner with your employer to be included in their giving campaigns.

These permanent memorials may be purchased to honor your loved one’s memory. We will engrave or print an inscription of your choice based on the memorial. Please contact our Corporate office at (817) 870-2795 for more information.

To learn more about ways to contribute to Community Healthcare of Texas that meet the needs of you and your family, contact our Development Department.
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Life Fulfiller Society Members

Junior League CalloutCarol and Mike Boehnke

Mackey and Jim Brittain

Carestaf of Dallas

Robin Carter

Donna and Jack Coldiron

Don and deLou Corbitt

Mary and David Corley

Kitty Dawson

Kelly Depriest

Karen Derrick

Jacqueline Dixon

David Dowler

Claudia Duff

Laurie and Dominick Esposito

Jan and Bill Evans

Jill A. Fisher

Christy and John Fonvielle

Cheryl Fite

Janet Frick

Christina Garland

Sally and Frank Gentsch

Karen Godfrey, MD

Jamie Graves

Andrea Green

Ann and Bill Greenhill

Carolyn Hancock

Julie Hicks

Higginbotham & Associates

Kate Hollis

Nancy and Michael Honkomp

Parrish Horton

Raina Howell

Desha Hyde

Patricia Jackson

Holly and Mark Jahrmarkt, MD

Victoria and Joseph Jingle

Kristy and Ben Johnke

Sandy Kautz

Kelly and Mike King

Elizabeth Klar

Elizabeth Konrad

Deidrea and T.K. Laux

Marti and James Lawrence

Cherilyn Leach-Lanning

Rev. Ellen Lewis

John P. Luft

Mary and Rev. Stanley Maneikis

Gregory McCoy

Sally Werst McKeen

Myrtle S. McMahan

Sherry and Michael Miller

Kay and John Mitchell

Becky Murphy

Kaye Nazarko

Kathy and John Nugent, MD

National HME, Inc.

Jane Oderberg

Rita O’Farrell

Jerry B. Palmer

Frank Parker

Steve and Megan Peglar

Sharlyn and Drew Poe

Natalie Potter

Barbara and Jerry Powell

Benjie and Robilyn Reed

Sara and Rodney C. Richie, MD

Trachelle Rodgers

Kathy and George Robertson

Kristina and Josh Robertson

Shelly and Dr. Glen Robinson

Betty A. Rowland

Vicki and Jerry Simmons, MD

Barbara and Rev. David Slee

Virginaia S. Smith

Carolyn Stephens

Kay L. Stewart

Bobby Vance

Carlela and Andy Vogel

Deloures and Jack Wages

Shan and Steve Walker

Michael Ware

Frankie and John Washburn

Kathleen Wells

Audie Williams

Suzie S. Williams

Sonya Wilson

Diane Wolfe

Chelsea and Kody Yerger, MD