Makes a Difference
Donating to Cedar Valley Hospice
Cedar Valley Hospice will not deny care to anyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Services provided to those who cannot pay or whose insurance does not cover our services are paid for by the generous donations of people and groups in our community. From hospice and palliative care to youth and adult grief support and other end-of-life services, donations help Cedar Valley Hospice accomplish its mission.
Helping Support Our Community
Please know when you donate to Cedar Valley Hospice you are assisting current and future families; you are making a contribution to celebrating life. You become an active part of the lives of thousands of patients, family members and clients as they journey through life, dying, death and grief. You also become a crucial member of the Cedar Valley Hospice community, helping us to provide our services to those who need them now and into the future.
Ways to Give
There are many ways you can give to Cedar Valley Hospice to help us serve those in the community. They include:
- Cash donations
- Stock transfers
- Charitable gift annuities
- Real estate gifts
- Gifts through life insurance
- Matching gifts through your employer
- Estate gifts
- Retirement plan gifts
- Giving to the United Way and designating Cedar Valley Hospice
Note: Cedar Valley Hospice is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Please contact Suzanne Benda for more information on ways to give at 319.272.2002.
Ready to Make a Donation?
Thank you for donating to Cedar Valley Hospice. Your gift allows us to continue to provide hospice and palliative care, grief support and other services to those in need.
To make a donation to Cedar Valley Hospice, please provide the required information in the form found here or mail to: Cedar Valley Hospice, PO Box 2880, Waterloo, IA 50704.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Cedar Valley Hospice.
Become a volunteer!
Our volunteers are the heart of our organization. From visiting patients to helping with events, they perform a number of different roles that are vital to helping us carry out our mission.