Contact: Laureen Crotteau, Event and Media Relations Specialist
E-Mail: [email protected]
May the course be with you. Joliet Area Community Hospice’s 16th Annual Golf Classic is just around the corner. This event is hosted by Hometown National Bank and presented by The Horton Group and Kurtz Ambulance. This annual fundraiser will take place Tuesday, August 14th at Inwood Golf Course, Joliet, IL. The event promises 18 holes of golf at the pristine course along with beverages, hole contests, great raffle and auction items, a delicious dinner and a full day of fun. Golf with a Star Wars theme. The proceeds from this event benefit the patients and families of Joliet Area Community Hospice to provide hospice and palliative care, pediatric services, Veterans programs, bereavement support, community outreach and the upkeep of the first free standing Hospice Home in Illinois. Master Sponsors of the Golf Classic include Silver Cross Hospital, Lindsey and Don Peterik, Mary and John Sheehan, and Lindblad Construction. If you are interested in registering for the event or being a sponsor, please visit www.jolithospice.com/events
or call 815-740-4104 by August 7th. Joliet Area Community Hospice is a United Way Agency.
Joliet Area Community Hospice provides compassionate, professional hospice and palliative care to over 30,000 terminally ill patients and their families since 1982. In the past two years alone, Joliet Area Community Hospice provided over $1.3 million in charity care, community bereavement programs, unreimbursed pediatric hospice and palliative care, and community outreach. We are a not-for-profit corporation, state licensed, Medicare/Medicaid certified and supported by United Way of Will and Grundy Counties. We serve patients in greater Will, Grundy, LaSalle, Livingston, and Kendall counties along with portions of Cook, DuPage and Kankakee counties.
The mission of Joliet Area Community Hospice is to provide comprehensive, holistic, community based support service and care for terminally ill persons, their caregivers and loved ones without regard to economic status; to enable the dying person to live peacefully, in comfort, and with dignity to the last moment of life.