McLeod Hospice… Caring, Comfort, Compassion.

Your gifts in support of McLeod Hospice, one of the only not-for-profit hospice services in the region, ensures that the very best hospice care is available to patients and families when they need it most. Charitable funding provides for an extensive Grief Recovery Program including Camp Jessie’s Kids and provides for a full range of hospice services to all who need them regardless of their ability to pay. Generous donors have also provided gifts that allowed us to build the McLeod Hospice House, provide for a much needed addition including a beautiful Sensory Garden adjacent to the house.

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    Tree Lighting 2017

    McLeod Hospice celebrated its 32nd Annual “A Light for Someone You Love” Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday, December 7, at McLeod Regional Medical Center. Click the play button on left to watch our video.  Click here to see photo gallery for Hospice Tree Lighting Ceremony.

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  • Hospice Stories

    View first hand stories about how foundation gifts to McLeod Hospice are helping patients and their families.

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  • Sensory Garden Brings Natural Comfort

    The McLeod Hospice House Sensory Garden is a place where patients and families can enjoy the outdoors. Relax in wooden benches as you take in the surrounding natural beauty of various plants and flowers.

  • Camp Jessie’s Kids – Helping Children Cope With Loss

    Understanding the needs of a child suffering a loss are unique, Jessie Tanner with McLeod Hospice set out more than 20 years ago to help children learn to grieve together. The result of her efforts is Camp Jessie’s Kids, an annual day camp funded by the McLeod Health Foundation for children coping with the loss or life-threatening illness of a special family member, relative or friend. The grief camp is open to any child in the region who is coping with the loss of a loved one — not just families touched by McLeod Hospice.