WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7 & 14 • 8:00AM – 4:00 PM
WATERLOO SUPPORT CENTER
Happy-Hour style fundraiser delivers island fun
Cedar Valley Hospice has a variety of volunteer roles currently available, including patient & family support, grief support (both adult and youth), office support and event planning/fundraising. If you’re interested in volunteering, go to https://www.cvhospice.org/volunteer/ to sign up.
Our next volunteer training sessions will be Wednesday, June 7 & 14 from 8-4 p.m. at the Waterloo Support Center. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. We ask that all interested volunteers sign up by May 31. If you have questions about volunteering with Cedar Valley Hospice or want to register for the upcoming session, please call Chris Dunn, volunteer coordinator, at 319.272.2002.
Tickets are $50 per guest and will be reserved electronically by clicking HERE. Once your tickets are reserved, you will automatically be signed up for event and silent auction updates. Please make plans and RSVP by Tuesday, April 12.
NOTE: There are no assigned seats for this event, however table reservations for 8 guests are available by calling Suzanne Benda at 319.272.2002.
We will follow CDC guidelines to keep attendees safe. For questions regarding this event, please contact Shannon Melcher at email@example.com or call 319.272.2002.
Download the Handbid APP prior to the event and you will have VIP check in and receive updates directly to your phone. No phone? No problem! Bid from a Handbid iPad at the event.
For assistance in downloading the Handbid APP, watch a video at here.
You can still support Cedar Valley Hospice through this fundraiser by:
WAYS TO GIVE
- Donate a silent auction item (Contact Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Text-to-give – Text “NIGHTS” to 99192
- Donate online
- Silent Auction Bidding – Browse or bid on items through the Handbid APP or by clicking here!
AUCTION OPENS APRIL 17!
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.