Do business with our Community Partners
Partners In Care values its relationships with a variety of community partners:
Arts in Care
The Bloom Project is a nonprofit organization that provides beautiful, fresh arrangements to hospice and palliative care patients served by Partners In Care. Volunteers collect and rearrange flowers donated from weddings, events, florists and more. The flower arrangements are delivered to Partners In Care and then delivered by our care team to our patients, adding compassion and beauty to the lives of patients and their families.
Baird Funeral Homes is proud to be family owned and operated. The Baird Family pledges their personal commitment to be a leader in professionalism, integrity, sensitivity and dignity while serving our communities with guidance during the loss of a loved one. We invite and nurture family participation in all aspects of the ceremony. It is our desire to treat each family as we ourselves would like to be treated.
E2 Solar understands the concerns surrounding our country’s energy future. Every day we become more optimistic about the potential for change, for independence from foreign oil, for reducing emissions and for renewed economic vitality. Why? Because we know that through our mutual commitment—yours and ours—to solar technology, we have the power to create a brighter, cleaner and healthier energy future.
REgroup Thrift Store is a privately owned business with a big heart for hospice services. They accept donations of durable goods from the public and then contribute funds from their profits to three nonprofit organizations.
Over $5,000 was contributed in 2013 by the company to Partners In Care.
Giving through the United Way of Deschutes County is a convenient way to help people who really need help in our community and the Corporate Cornerstone program ensures more of every dollar you give will go directly to where it’s needed most. If you are giving via a payroll deduction plan, you support community programs and services on a regular basis without having to provide funds all at once. And the money raised stays right here in Deschutes County.