Health Foundation to Host Inaugural TAMPA, Fla., June 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Chapters Health Foundation, with the support of the Good Shepherd Hospice, has today announced its plan to host the first Duck, spider-man, hosted by the Houses of the South. The event is scheduled for Saturday, January 31, 2021, from 4 to 7 p.m., will be held at the Seven Sebring Raceway Hotel in Sebring.
Inaugural Duck, spider-man, in support of the Good Shepherd, Bud and Donna Somers House Hospice
The event is scheduled to take place in May, including the Derby Day, and it is centered on the Kentucky Derby has been postponed until July due to. All of the other recommendations in relation to the protection of the health of the event is to be conducted.
All of the proceeds will go to the Good Shepherd, and Somers, Family, Home, and are non-funded programs, such as the City of Lights to the Service of Sorrow, of the Colony, and of the Sorrow and the Courage, of the Health of the program.
“We are very happy to be able to work together to support the mission of the Good Shepherd Hospice,” said Paula Creamer, executive director of the Chapters Health Foundation, a uk charity that supports, the Good Shepherd Hospice. “We are very grateful for the support of the Highland and Mid-County community, and look forward to all day on the track.”
At the party, guests can buy rubber ducks in order to take part in the qualifying competitions for the chance to win the Duck, spider-man will be final. Admission includes lunch, free beer, wine, and a dessert, and a wide range of activities, including rum, vodka, wine tasting, a silent auction, and a derby hat contest. Entrance fee is $ 60 per person, which is part of the mountain, and $ 85 for each of the items. You can buy a duck races for $ 15, or 4 of the ducks for $ 50.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact 863-583-3129.
The Chapters Health Foundation, Chapters Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to the support of the Chapters in Health care, a progressive leader in the home health, palliative care, hospice care and grief support. The Chapters Health Foundation has committed more than $ 5.2 million in aid in order to continue to meet the needs of patients and their families who can’t afford to hospice services. The Chapters Health Foundation, also draws the attention of USD $ 1.3 million). In excess of $ 1 million related to the Chapters in Health and grief support.In the United States of america, Department of Health (DHA), has allocated $ 5 million to help the defunding of children and adults receiving palliative care.
The Good Shepherd lays down HospiceGood Shepherd Hospice, an affiliate of Chapters Health is a community based non-for-profit organization that provides support to more than 4,200 patients per year in Polk, Highlands and Hardy counties, as they are faced with the challenges of old age and illness. Since 2008, the company has been accredited by the Joint Commission, the major accrediting body in the field of the protection of the health of the nation, and in 2017, it received the status of ” approved.
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