Arkansas Hospice Foundation helps provide resources to ensure that Arkansas Hospice achieves its mission to enhance the quality of life for those facing serious illness and loss by surrounding them with love and embracing them with the best in physical, emotional and spiritual care.
Your gifts to Arkansas Hospice Foundation help patients with life-limiting illness and their families receive the most compassionate care possible. We are committed to carrying out the intentions of our donors, and strive to meet the philanthropic goals and motivations of our supporters. Because of our donors, we will continue to help our fellow Arkansans live life to the fullest.
• Gifts to Arkansas Hospice Foundation can take on many forms: memorials, tributes, corporate and foundation grants, donations to specific programs and unrestricted funds that help meet the greatest need.
• Your gifts help provide innovative services such as Arkansas Hospice’s pediatric care, our Committed to Veterans program, community grief support, minority outreach and our Gifts of Kindness that support special patient and family needs.
• Plan your gift by leaving Arkansas Hospice Foundation in your will. It’s an easy way to support our mission and leave your legacy at the same time. Other planned gifts include gifts of stock, real estate, retirement assets, insurance and IRA charitable rollover.
• Party at the Plaza will take place on April 23, 2022, in the Argenta District in North Little Rock and is our biggest fundraiser of the year. Activities include all-day concerts, family-friendly fun, Artists on the Avenue, the Restaurant Ramble and the Dogtown Dog Costume Contest. Virtual teams are forming now to fundraise until the event. Sponsorships available now.
For more information, contact Shannon Boshears, 501.748.3302, email@example.com
14 Parkstone Circle
North Little Rock, AR 72116
501.748.3333 | arkansashospice.org
Employees: 4 Foundation employees. Arkansas Hospice and Arkansas Palliative Care has more than 400 employees.
Service Area: 43 counties. Including central, southeast and northwest Arkansas
Vice President & Chief Philanthropy Officer: Shannon Boshears, CFRE