COVID-19 Response & Recovery Fund

HomeCare & Hospice Foundation’s COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund is a fund supporting your local nonprofit organization, HomeCare & Hospice, serving our region’s most vulnerable across all communities in Allegany, Cattaraugus, Genesee and Wyoming Counties.

HomeCare & Hospice is the only Hospice serving these four counties, additionally providing palliative care services through its Comfort Partners program. HomeCare & Hospice also offers licensed home care services for those with chronic conditions or when recovering from illness or injury. In order to continue services, ensure the safety and well-being of its employees and patients, admit new patients referred, and to follow the rapidly changing state and federal regulations during the COVID-19 situation, HomeCare & Hospice has responded as an organization in many ways. These responses have created additional financial demands to this essential non-profit organization. To help offset some of the costs incurred as a result of its COVID-19 response, the HomeCare & Hospice Foundation has formed a COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund for designated donations to support the organization during this demanding period. HomeCare & Hospice has experienced both lost revenue and increased expenses in facing the challenges of this pandemic.

At this time, it’s critical that HomeCare & Hospice has the resources needed to continue to operate at the highest capacity. Your donation will support HomeCare & Hospice in ensuring that any additional needs caused by the COVID-19 response are met in this time of crisis.

We’re at an unprecedented time and HomeCare & Hospice’s ability to meet the moments’ needs is crucial. The COVID-19 health crisis is providing daily challenges everywhere.


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