Grant a Final Wish for a Hospice Patient
As a non-profit provider of hospice care, Covenant Care works with generous individuals, families, companies and foundations to support the final wishes of over 6,000 patients annually.
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Care’s My Wish
My Wish is your way to help make final dreams come true for individuals receiving hospice services through Covenant Care. Adding life into days and making special memories is our mission.
Hollie’s Seafood Lunch
Hollie would love a big seafood lunch with all her favorites! (Hushpuppies, please!)
Hollie has always loved living on the Gulf Coast. It’s the perfect place to enjoy fresh seafood, and she can’t stop thinking about her favorite meal. Hollie wishes to enjoy a big seafood lunch of boiled shrimp, coleslaw, hushpuppies…and dessert. There’s no better way to celebrate than with food. After all, many of life’s finest moments are commemorated with special meals. Help us give Hollie one more seafood lunch – a simple wish that will mean so much.
Chris’ Fishing Trip
Chris wants to go fishing with his children one final time.
Chris and his kids have always made memories fishing together. He taught them how to bait a hook at a young age, and their love of the sport continues to grow. For his final wish, Chris dreams of taking his children on one last fishing trip. Please help us send the family on a fishing trip at the docks to enjoy special moments together – and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Constance’s Beach Getaway
Constance dreams of one final getaway to the beach with her husband.
Constance is a true romantic. Even in her final days, she still longs for one more beach getaway with her beloved husband. She talks about it all the time. One of their favorite places to visit is Mexico Beach on the Gulf Coast. It would mean the world to her to spend one more weekend away with her husband and enjoy dinner at her favorite restaurant, Toucan’s on the Beach. (She’s already packing her bag.) With your help, we can give Constance the beach trip of a lifetime.
A wonderful cook, Annetta wishes to cater her grandson’s wedding.
Annetta is widely known as the best cook in her family. (Don’t tell her sister.) As her final wish, she would like to cater her grandson’s wedding. She thinks this is the best gift she could give the newlyweds. But catering an entire wedding is expensive. Your gift will help us provide Annetta with the food and tools she needs to make her grandson’s wedding memorable. It would mean so much to cook all her family’s favorites one last time.
Byron’s New Smile
Byron wishes to make his smile even brighter.
We love Byron’s smile. He just lights up a room. But Byron needs new dentures. You can help Byron feel confident and comfortable with a new smile. He certainly keeps us smiling…with your help, we can do the same for him.
Peter’s Game Show Dreams
Peter dreams of taking part in his favorite TV game show.
Peter loves watching “The Price Is Right.” (In fact, he’s been watching since Bob Barker was the host.) He’s always dreamed of sitting in the audience and hearing the announcer say, “Peter…come on down!” Because he is not able to travel, Peter thinks it would be fun to bring the game to him. With your help, we can host our own version of “The Price Is Right” at Peter’s assisted living facility. Imagine his delight when he gets called to play. Please, give Peter the gift of fun.
Betty’s Visit Home
Betty’s wish is to return home for a final visit with her son and his family.
Betty is from Newburyport, a small town outside of Boston. She would like to travel there to spend precious time with the ones she loves. She said, “Newburyport is so beautiful this time of year, I would relish the opportunity to enjoy it with my son and his family.”
Her wish is to return home to visit with her young granddaughter, son, and his wife one final time.
Bobby’s wish is to travel to Charleston, South Carolina and visit the USS Yorktown on which he was stationed during his service in the United States Navy.
As a young man, Bobby served in the United States Navy as an underwater demolition expert. His service took him aboard the USS Yorktown and around the globe.
Bobby has such fond memories of his time aboard “The Fighting Lady” and the lifelong friendships he forged with others serving at his side. He says he loved his days on the ship and that it was such an important part of his life.
Bobby wishes to return one final time and give thanks to the ship that provided him with so many memories. As an added bonus, Charleston is the city where Bobby and his wife, Annette took their first major trip as a young couple.