Raffle Tickets on Sale for Hospice Fundraiser
Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care is now selling raffle tickets for their fifth annual "Days of Giving" fundraiser. The raffle is designed to raise proceeds for patients who do not have insurance and for other hospice programs.
Multiple drawings will be held beginning April 1 and will continue each day throughout the month.
Raffle tickets are $10 each. There are more than 75 chances to win $4,300 in cash and prizes. Each day, the winning tickets will be placed back into a bin and remain eligible throughout the entire month of April. Prizes include cash; gift cards to many local businesses, restaurants and entertainment venues; and much, much more!
Winners and their prizes will be announced daily on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
ABOUT MOUNTAIN VALLEY HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE
Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care is a nonprofit organization providing high-quality end-of-life care in Surry, Yadkin and the 15 surrounding counties. Through its team of hospice professionals and specially trained volunteers, Mountain Valley Hospice addresses the growing need for compassionate hospice care through offices in Yadkinville, Elkin, Pilot Mountain and Mount Airy, NC, and in Martinsville, Stuart and Hillsville, VA.
In March 2009, Mountain Valley Hospice began serving patients and families at the Joan & Howard Woltz Hospice Home in Dobson, NC. The Woltz Hospice Home is a state-of-the-art hospice facility featuring 20 patient suites with individual outdoor patios, a spa room and many more patient comforts. There is also an old-time soda shop, children's play room, and many more amenities to make family members comfortable as they stay close to their loved one during this time when families are needed most. It is designed to be truly Close to Home.
In July 2015, Mountain Valley Hospice announced plans to build their second in-patient hospice facility: the SECU Hospice Home of Yadkin, a six-bed facility designed with amenities to care for patients facing the end of life or needing symptom management. The SECU Hospice Home in Yadkinville will serve Yadkin and surrounding counties and is scheduled to open spring 2017.