Hospice touches an entire community Hospice helps terminally ill patients --and parents, spouses, children,
neighbors, employers, and all their friends -- manage the prospect
Hospice is teamwork in the community and the home Teams of medical professionals and trained volunteers work with
patients and their families to provide hospice care in their homes
or home-like settings. Hospice generates loyalty Family and friends touched by Hospice remember the people and organizations
that helped them through the difficult time.
They become loyal proponents
of Hospice and of those who support it.
Hospice is non-profit and available to everyone Hospice services are provided without regard to ability to pay.
Charitable contributions support services not covered by insurance
or other means.
WHAT IS THE NATIONAL HOSPICE REGATTA ALLIANCE? The Alliance is a national 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to raise awareness of Hospice care through charity sailboat regattas.
Our members are the growing number of hospice regattas in the U.S. and Canada that raise both money and awareness for Hospice care, benefiting hospices and people in their local communities.
An annual Hospice Regattas National Championship is hosted by the Alliance to celebrate the local regattas and Hospice care.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP
The Alliance’s work is supported by our all-volunteer Board of Directors and committees, and by sponsorships.
Willing hands, money and in-kind contributions all help us fulfill our mission.