2021 “Honor an Angel” Campaign Raises $68,000
100 donors and sponsors recognized kindness in the community while supporting Stansell House and Patient Charity Care
SALISBURY, MD – August 18, 2021 – On July 31, Coastal Hospice wrapped up its enormously successful virtual fundraiser, “Honor an Angel”. In its second year, the initiative raised more than double the 2020 amount, surpassing $68,000. The month-long program allowed community members to share stories of “angels” in their lives by expressing love, respect and appreciation for family members, friends or special people while supporting Coastal Hospice.
“We are very grateful for the continued support of our community as we shifted several fundraising events to virtual campaigns over the past 18 months due to COVID-19,” said Tammy Patrick, Director of Advancement. “While many Coastal Hospice patients are covered by Medicare, we also serve those with limited resources or whose needs extend beyond their insurance coverage. We are so thankful to our 2021 Honor an Angel sponsors and donors for their dedication to our cause.”
The 2021 Honor an Angel campaign raised $68,748.62 for Stansell House and patient charity care.
Thank you to this year’s campaign sponsors:
Saint Sponsors: American Legion Dorchester Post #91; Anonymous; Cato Gas & Oil; Gwen Choi & Mark Bauer; Deeley Insurance Group; Philip & Barbara Long Family Foundation; M&T Bank; The Constance Moore Family; Eric & Deborah Palmer
Archangel Sponsors: Inga J. Almond-Hogue; Bank of Delmarva; Cambridge VFW Post #7460; Tom and Beth Hershey; Holloway Funeral Home; JoAnne Jackson; Joan W. Jenkins Foundation; Sarah & Greg Langeler; Ocean City Today; Jim and Jan Perdue; Quillin Foundation; Ray and Susan Shockley; James Sullivan; Wicomico Presbyterian Church; Elizabeth C. Wooten
Guardian Angel Sponsors: Debbie & Rodney Abbott; Mike and Joanna Abercrombie; Walter Cary Adshead; Apple Discount Drugs; Liz & Tim Buckley; Billy and Maddy Carder; Mark & Kathy Clark; Eastside Memorial VFW Post 2996; Esham Family Ltd. Partnership; Charli D. Evans; Gillis Gilkerson; Ira Grupper; Henry and Dara Hanna; Joan E. Hekimian; Shirley K. Johnson; Bill & A. Kaye Kenney, Brent & Tina Kenney and Brad & Kara Morris; Long Life Treated Wood; Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Metz; Ron and Hope Morgan; Joseph Mitrecic; Kimberly Nisbet; Northern Building Restoration; Janet L. Phillips Family Foundation; Rehobeth Ruritan Club; Rental Management, Inc.; Joy I. Snyder; The Dispatch; Debbie and Michael Wessels
Angel Sponsors: a.s.a.p.r. ink!; Anonymous; Bayside Skillet; Friends & Family of Lauren Blair; Bunting Realty; Alane & Ralph Capen; Newt & Sharon Chandler; B. Coughlan; Annabelle C. Dix; Dave and Renee Esham; Alan and William Hyle; Joseph & Susan Moore; John and Avery Morris; Tammy A. Patrick; Provident State Bank; Robert & Paula Purcell; G. Marvin & Beverly Steen; T & G Builders; Peter Ayers Wimbrow, III
Cherub Sponsors: American Legion Auxiliary Boggs Disharoon Post # 123; Marion Connolly; Sally H. Dowling, M.D.; Troy and Lisa Doyle; Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. Farren; Ian & Leslie Finlayson; Nancy Howard; Thomas & Karin Johnson; American Legion Post #237; The Karolenko Family; Paula and Franklin Lynch; Gerald B. Long; Linda & John McCurry; Doyle & Amy Maull; Irvin Miles & David Miles; Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mitchell; Mr. & Mrs. Roger Mitchell; Claudia Nicholls; Darlene Onley; Don and Donna Richardson; Barbara and John Trumpower; Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Twilley
To learn more about Coastal Hospice and the services provided, visit www.coastalhospice.org.
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Coastal Hospice is a non-profit health care organization dedicated to caring for individuals who are facing life-limiting conditions but do not want to be defined by them. Hospice care, which is a free Medicare and insurance benefit, is delivered in patients’ homes, in nursing homes and assisted living facilities, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake and the new Stansell House. Palliative care, designed to help manage the pain, symptoms and stress of long-term, terminal illness, is also provided. Family education, pediatric hospice care, bereavement care and much more is also available. In 2020, Coastal Hospice is celebrating its 40th Anniversary of serving Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties. Learn more about Coastal Hospice at www.coastalhospice.org and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
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