Coastal Hospice launches ‘Honor An Angel’ program

Coastal Hospice has begun its “Honor an Angel” program, a way to say “thank you” while expressing love, respect or appreciation for family members, friends or special people who have touched lives. Above, Vicente Hernandez, the owner of Salisbury’s Olde Towne Cafe, was submitted for recognition.

Coastal Hospice has initiated a new annual fundraising initiative, “Honor An Angel.”

The program will recognize people who inspire us to make our community a better place. Donors will be able to share stories of angels in their lives; expressing love, respect or appreciation for family members, friends or special people while at the same time supporting Coastal Hospice.

Many of the photos and stories will appear on our social media with the searchable tag #HonoranAngel.

Additionally, an acknowledgement will be sent to the “Angels” and the donor and angel will be listed on the Honor An Angel wall on the website honoranangel.org.

While this will be an annual program, it is especially critical this year due to the cancellation of several major fundraisers.

The money raised will allow Coastal Hospice to continue to put patient’s needs first, regardless of the ability to pay. You will have the option to designate your funds to either the Macky & Pam Stansell House or Patient Charity Care.

To recognize an angel in your life, visit honoranangel.com through July 31 to share your story.

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