According to Mrs. Weinig’s estate planning lawyer, Bradley G. Rigor of Quarles and Brady, LLP, “Ms. Weinig was deeply touched by the loving care her close friends and family received through Avow’s hospice care services, and wanted to help Avow continue its wonderful work.”
Avow was founded on the belief that all people in our community who are at end of life deserve the special care that is hospice. We never turn away patients who cannot pay for services. Ms. Weinig’s gift will help cover direct patient care costs and fund special therapies such as music, massage and Reiki energy treatments, which are funded 100% by donations.
Donations to Avow Foundation, Inc. support Avow’s hospice services in Collier County, Florida and palliative care services in southwest Florida.
To learn more about Avow Foundation, Inc. visit avowcares.org/donate-now or call 239-261-4404.
Avow was founded in 1983 as Collier County’s original, nonprofit hospice. Today, Avow’s nonprofit companies provide palliative care consultations for people facing chronic or serious illness and hospice care and bereavement support services for children and adults.
Avow Foundation develops and stewards resources that support Avow’s nonprofit, mission-driven services. The Foundation links people with opportunities that fuel their dreams, satisfy their desire to serve others, and ignite their benevolent spirit.
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