Savings Bank of Mendocino County’s Pat Dabbs presents Janet Denninger & Midge McMichael a check for the proceeds of their Denim Days Fundraiser.

An important source of revenue comes from charitable donations. If you would like to donate to our cause please print out the form below and mail it to our office at:

Hospice of Ukiah

620 South Dora Street, Suite 101

Ukiah, CA 95482

Hospice Donation Form

Summer Non Event Fundraiser:

Beautiful Mendocino Art Quilt

This year we were gifted a beautiful art quilt (artist unknown) which we decided to “raffle” as our summer Non Event.  Every person who returned the dedicated envelope, with or without a donation, was entered.  On September 30, our Board President Midge McMichael and Medical Advisor Dr. Robert Werra drew the winner,  Dorothea Parsons.  Thank you to all who participated – our “raffle” was a great success and Dorothea just loves the quilt.

Donations through the Community Foundation of Mendocino County:

The Community Foundation supports many non-profits through endowments.  Hospice of Ukiah benefits from gifts made to the Hospice of Ukiah Fund, by the Mabel Albertson Fund, rhe Beverly Morby Fund, and the Eva Dunnebeck Memorial Endowment Fund.  These gifts and endowments help us to continue providing free Hospice and Palliative Care to everyone who needs our support.

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In Kind Donations: 

Donations of gently used clothing and household items can be made to our Thrift & Gift Store.

Donations of durable and functional medical equipment are also appreciated.  Wheelchairs, seated walkers, knee scooters, commodes, shower chairs and bath benches, also Chux (bed liners), sanitary pads, mouth swabs, and unopened bathing supplies are useful.  Please do not donate leftover medications or dirty or broken equipment. Check with our office at 462-4038 for further information and to set up a time to donate.

Another way to support our free services is with a bequest in your trust or will.  Contributions made this way have helped Hospice of Ukiah to continue services and weather hard time for over 40 years.