How to Donate

There are many ways to support Montgomery Hospice. Each and every contribution you make can be made in memory of or in honor of a friend or loved one. Montgomery Hospice is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

  • Donate online
  • Donate by phone with a credit card by calling the Montgomery Hospice Philanthropy Office at 301-921-4400 
  • Print and mail a Donation Form with a check made payable to Montgomery Hospice
  • Or learn more ways to give through avenues such as a gift of stock or making a pledge

Honor a loved one or friend:

Casey House Memorial Cobblestones Casey House Cobblestone

Commemorate a loved one with the purchase of an engraved memorial cobblestone placed along the Memorial Walkway at Casey House. The cobblestones are available in two sizes: 12” x 4” x 4” allowing for two lines of text at a cost of $250 or 12” x 8” x 4” allowing for four lines of text at a cost of $500. A dedication ceremony and reception are held after their installations, which occur in spring and fall. Purchase a Memorial Cobblestone Online or Print Order Form

Casey House Donor Wall

Individuals or families have the opportunity to honor or remember a loved one with by purchasing a name-etched, glass plate for the Casey House Donor Wall. These beautiful glass plates – which support the vital work of Casey House, are available with a gift of $2,500 or more. For more information call the Montgomery Hospice Philanthropy Office at 301-921-4400.

Tree of Lights CeremonyMontgomery Hospice Tree of Lights

Commemorate a loved one or honor someone who has touched your life by participating in the Montgomery Hospice Tree of Lights ceremony held annually in November. This poignant ceremony provides the opportunity to remember friends and family members during the winter holiday season. The 2017 Tree of Lights was held on November 20, learn more here.

 

 

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