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Of all the promises we make, the promise to remember is the most meaningful

Donate to Hospice of Marion County


4 Ways to Give

Donate OnlineOnline: Use your credit or debit card on our secure donation system. Choose a program or hospice house or make an unrestricted gift.
Donate in PersonIn Person: Make a personal appointment with our staff; call (352) 854-5218.
Donate to our Thrift StoresFurniture/Estates: Couriers pick up entire households or large items for our Thrift Stores;
call (352) 512-8585.
Donate by MailBy mail: Print and fill out a donation form; return to the address on the form.

Hospice of Marion County, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. You will receive a letter acknowledging your tax-deductible donation; a letter of acknowledgement will also be sent to anyone you designate regarding your donation.

Learn more about the many ways you can support Hospice of Marion County:



Reasons to Give

Reasons to Give

Last year, Hospice of Marion County...


  • spent $25 million on patient care, including
    • $724,000 on unpaid patient care
    • $380,000 on bereavement
    • $104,000 on children’s programs
    • $110,000 on pre-hospice
  • cared for all diagnoses: only 30% have cancer, while 70% have heart disease, dementia, respiratory or organ failure
  • made 77,000 visits by our professional staff
  • accepted patients of all ages: our youngest patient was a year old and the eldest was 107
  • directed 100% of each donation to patient care

Your donations have never been more important. Every $200 you donate means a patient can receive another full day of care at home.

Help us empower those within our community.

Read the Monarch Messenger, to see how your gifts help Hospice of Marion County.


Disclaimer registration #: ch1781
"A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll-free (800-435-7352) within the state. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state."