As a not-for-profit agency that serves people without regard to their ability to pay, Hospice of Union County accepts pledges and donations from individuals, corporations and organizations.  We also accept donations of specific items.  Please contact us for more information on suggested items.

Your donations allow us to:

  • Provide care for those in our community who cannot afford to pay for their own end-of-life care
  • Provide bereavement support to grieving hospice families for 13 months after the death of their loved one
  • Continue offering support groups and counseling for children, teens and adults 

Make a Donation

To make a donation by mail:
Please make your check payable to Hospice of Union County and mail to:

Hospice of Union County
700 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC 28110

Make an on-line donation

If you have any questions regarding making a donation or receiving a receipt for your tax-deductible donation, please call 980-993-7300.

Additional Ways to Donate:

Memorial gifts and Honorariums may be given to Hospice of Union County by printing and completing the attached forms and mailing it along with your check to:

Hospice of Union County
700 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC 28110

Your gift, payable to Hospice of Union County, is tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

Carolinas HealthCare System does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, diagnosis, or age in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities or in employment.

Fundraising for Hospice of Union County

Our fundraising efforts help to provide care for those patients who cannot afford to pay for their own end-of-life care. Learn more about how you can become involved.

Volunteering for Hospice of Union County

Volunteering is truly the gift that rewards the giver as much as the recipient.

Carefully chosen and carefully trained, our volunteers bring an open heart and an extra pair of hands while they donate their time, efforts and talents to patients and their loved ones.

Volunteer opportunities are available in the areas of patient/family care, community service and administration.

Patient/Family Care Volunteers can provide:

  • Companionship for patient and/or family members
  • Help running errands, such as shopping assistance
  • Light housekeeping and yardwork
  • Provide pet therapy (McWhorter House only)
  • Professional services (massage, hairdressing, etc.)
  • Comfort and a listening ear

All volunteers are provided orientation and yearly education.

Learn more about volunteering.