April 2018

You Make A Difference: One Volunteer & A Comfort Buddy Make Impact in Patient's Life

​This is a photo of Jack, a Cuyahoga County Western Reserve Navigator palliative care services patient and our volunteer, Bruce, clearly enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

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April 30 2018

Categories: News and Community Volunteers Testimonials 

Green Practices Are Funneling More Resources into Patient Care

​Going green starts simply at most organizations and then grows as knowledge increases. At Hospice of the Western Reserve, we have made environmental sustainability a key initiative impacting all aspects of our operations. Our ability to increase efficiencies and conserve, reuse and recycle allows resources to flow back into achieving ideal patient care for the families we serve. 

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April 20 2018

Our Volunteers: Symbols of Goodness, Hope and Inspiration

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​Recently, Racheal Seibert, our Chief Development Officer and I were invited to attend the City Club of Cleveland’s 50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy’s speech with a presentation by his daughter, Kerry Kennedy. Robert Kennedy’s speech “On the Mindless Menace of Violence,” is considered one of the great American speeches; it helped frame the discussion of America in response to the Martin Luther King Jr. assassination. This speech was given just two months before Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated and can be found below.

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April 11 2018

Categories: Volunteers Bill Finn, CEO 

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