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Tuesday July 9, 2019

This summer, Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care is partnering with MoonPie over the Carolinas to celebrate precious memories and support the hospice mission.

During July, Mountain Valley Hospice staff will take orders for boxes of nine double-decker, bakery-fresh MoonPies. The MoonPies can be ordered in three flavors: chocolate, banana, and vanilla, and 40% of the profits from each $10 box will be donated to Mountain Valley Hospice.

"MoonPies and Memories is a fun way for us to raise funds which will help sustain our mission of caring for terminally ill patients and their families," said Melissa Hiatt, Director of Development for Mountain Valley Hospice.

"In addition, we're encouraging folks to come up with new recipes and ideas for enjoying MoonPies, along with any special memories they'd like to share about loved ones and friends."

Orders for MoonPies must be made by Friday, July 26. MoonPies will be baked and distributed to Mountain Valley Hospice offices on August 16.  

For more information, or to view stories being shared by our hospice family, visit our Facebook event page, "Moonpies and Memories Fundraiser for Hospice."

Click here to read one of the favorite recipes submitted by Mountain Valley staff!



Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care is a nonprofit organization providing high quality end-of-life care in 17 counties from 9 locations in North Carolina and Virginia. Through its team of hospice professionals and specially-trained volunteers, Mountain Valley Hospice addresses the growing need for compassionate hospice care through offices in Mount Airy, Yadkinville, Elkin, and Pilot Mountain, NC; and in Hillsville, Martinsville, and Stuart, VA. Mountain Valley Hospice also owns and operates two hospice inpatient facilities: The Joan & Howard Woltz Hospice Home in Dobson, NC, and the SECU Hospice Care Center in Yadkinville, NC. Both offer a homelike setting with state-of-the-art amenities such as family rooms, meditation room, children's play room and much more for patients and families alike. The goal for both facilities is to help families be as comfortable as possible as they stay close by their loved one during this time when families are needed most.  For more information, visit www.mtnvalleyhospice.org.


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