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What Your Gifts Do

Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice are a nonprofit, community-based organization with 20 years of experience and expertise in providing leading hospice care and support to the families of Fort Worth, Dallas, Waco and surrounding communities. Because we are a mission-driven organization, we are committed to providing everyone in these communities with unsurpassed care and support, regardless of ability to pay.

Each year, we provide more than $1.1 million in nonreimbursed nursing care, family support, counseling, supplies, equipment, medication and bereavement services. Many programs and services at Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice are funded through the kindness and generosity of grateful families and compassionate community members who believe in the support and encouragement we offer to patients and families during challenging times. We also are dedicated to providing comprehensive support and education to anyone facing a life-limiting illness through our various programs.

Your financial contribution to Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice allows us to make our programs and services available to everyone in North Central Texas. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, all contributions to Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice are tax deductible.

Please consider donating now. Donating is easy – give online or mail contributions, payable to “Community Hospice of Texas,” to:

Community Hospice of Texas
6100 Western Place, Suite 105
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Choices For Giving

At Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice, we are grateful for the generous contributions of donors who endorse the expert care and support we provide to families. Your support enables our team of healthcare professionals to further our mission of providing care to everyone regardless of ability to pay.

Consider making a contribution to Community Hospice of Texas or Providence Hospice. 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 Hospice of Texas or Providence Hospice, 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 Hospice of Texas or Providence Hospice 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 Hospice of Texas Hospice House in Burleson, Community Hospice 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, homelike 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 CHOT Hospice House in Burleson
    – Glass plaque memorials at Community Hospice of Texas 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 Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice that meet the needs of you and your family, contact our Development Department.

Planned Giving Our Donors

Life Fulfiller Society Members

Carol and Mike Boehnke
Mackey and Jim Brittain
Carestaf of Dallas
Robin Carter
Karen and Roger Derrick
David Dowler
Laurie and Dominick Esposito
Jan and Bill Evans
Christy and John Fonvielle
Andrea Green
Ann and Bill Greenhill
Higginbotham & Associates
Nancy and Michael Honkomp
Pat Jackson
Sandy Kautz
Deidrea and T.K. Laux
Marti and James Lawrence
Mary and Rev. Stanley Maneikis
Gregory McCoy
Major General Chet and Sally Werst McKeen
Kay and John Mitchell
National HME, Inc.
Rita O’Farrell
Sharlyn and Drew Poe
Kathy and George Robertson
Shelly and Dr. Glen Robinson
Barbara and Rev. David Slee
Brittany and Alex Veigel
Carlela and Andy Vogel
Deloures and Jack Wages
Michael Ware
Frankie and John Washburn
Diane Wolfe