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​​​​​New at Hospice Caring...


Three-year Strategic Plan
After months of hard work, Hospice Caring is proud to introduce our new, three-year Strategic Plan. 
Click here for a summary.  


​Hospice Caring selected as a Camp Erin Partner Site
We are thrilled to announce that Hospice Caring has been selected by the Moyer Foundation to become a Camp Erin partnership site.  Camp Erin is the largest national bereavement program for youth grieving the death of a significant person in their lives and Hospice Caring is fortunate to be joining a network of 46 Camp Erin locations around the country.  Our first Camp Erin will be exclusively for teens and will be held the weekend of October 28-30.  More information will be available soon.  If you have any questions about Camp Erin or would like more information about the October teen camp, please contact Marie at Maried@hospicecaring.org.     


Hospice Caring Seeks AmeriCorps Members
Hospice Caring is honored to have been selected as a service site for two full-time AmeriCorps Members this year. Our
Project CHANGE AmeriCorps Member will work with our children's bereavement programs and our Volunteer Maryland Coordinator (VMC) AmeriCorps Member will work with our Volunteer Helping Hands program and support our community outreach efforts.Learn more and apply.


Save the Date - Silver Linings Gala 

Hospice Caring's annual Silver Linings Gala will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2016.  Click here for a sneak peek of our program and 2016 honorees.

Upcoming Events...

Our Mission

Hospice Caring provides caring, compassionate, practical and high-quality, non-medical support services, without charge, to Montgomery County adults and children facing a life-threatening illness or grieving the death of a loved one.


Our Vision
Hospice Caring envisions a community that accepts death as
a part of life; where the processes of dying and grieving are
embraced without stigma; where everyone has access to
support services without charge; and where no patient dies
alone and no one grieves without support.