Support Aurora Hospice Services at the Walk to Remember

WtR3There’s a saying, one we all know couldn’t be more true:

People will forget what you said. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel.

This is the ultimate takeaway we get when we hear from those who’ve encountered Aurora’s hospice services. Whether at Aurora Zilber Family Hospice, or with Aurora Home Hospice services in so many communities, Aurora’s compassionate hospice care is remembered for how it made patients, their friends and families feel in the moments that matter most.

That’s why the Walk to Remember is so important.

Now supporting both Aurora Zilber Family Hospice and Aurora Home Hospice services across our footprint, the Walk to Remember is an opportunity for people like you to help support caregiver education, family support services and more.

It’s also the perfect time to connect with others who support hospice care, as well reconnect with the hospice caregivers who might’ve helped you or a loved one.

When: Saturday, Oct. 7, 8 a.m.
Where: Hart Park, WI
Registration: CLICK HERE (It’s free to register, but participants are encouraged to fundraise.)

Thank you!

WalktoRememberlogo_V2Whether you come to our walk, or choose to walk virtually with us by donating, thank you for supporting the hospice services that mean so much to families and communities.

Just as Milwaukee media personality Carole Caine said in this touching video:  “Never have I seen that much compassion on the part of the patient, but also for the family and friends who are there to say goodbye,” Carole said. “That’s why this walk is so, so important. I really want you to join.”

We can’t wait to see you on Oct. 7 at Hart Park! Contact Allison.Klein@aurora.org for more information.

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