Eric Alexander, PIC President & CEO
“I am truly honored to announce and present you with our plans for a new home for hospice… It is a place where families can be together and focus on one another without the extra responsibility for the personal care of their loved one.
Let’s build it together!“
We invite you to read Eric’s full letter here
The new Hospice House at Partners In Care was designed to connect the natural elements of the outdoors with the comforts of home. Landscape features native plants and ornamental grasses to provide both visual interest and soothing sounds as the leaves flutter and rustle in the breeze. Families can gather in beautiful common areas, sit beside the reflection pool, enjoy the outdoor gardens and place spaces, and spend time in the Pet Park where the family dog can relax off-leash.
Modern design with open floor plan, gardens, patio, walking paths, and natural play area with “birds nest” swing
Fireplace in the center of the Great Room
Activity room for watching TV, playing games, reading, and visiting
Abundant natural light with large windows that open to bring in fresh air
Twelve spacious patient suites with private bathrooms and roll-in showers
Extra-large, fully adjustable beds with handmade quilts
Fresh flower bouquets created by The Bloom Project at Touchmark
Full-service commercial kitchen
Pet-friendly environment with dedicated Pet Park
Musical instruments available including a guitar, electric piano, and Reverie lap harp
Wi-Fi Internet Access and Smart TVs for Facetime and Video Conferencing
(credit: ALSC for the renderings/illustrations)
DKA Architecture & Design :: ALSC Architects
JBattleson | Design :: SunWest Builders
Join the Capital Campaign!
We invite you to be a part of the future and help us build this exceptional new Hospice House. We welcome gifts of all sizes, whether you are a donor interested in naming opportunities or someone who wants to make a smaller gift as a memorial to a loved one.
To discuss your gift, call (541) 706-1335 or email NewHospiceHouse@partnersbend.org.
Ready to give right now?
Double the Impact of Your Gift!
The Tykeson Family Foundation has pledged $1 million to the campaign to build a new Hospice House inpatient facility. They will match your gift or pledge if made before June 30, 2021, up to $1 million total. Gifts should be designated to the Hospice House project to qualify for the match. If using the online donation form, click on Designation and choose Construction of New Hospice House.
Opportunities for Gift Designations
- Private Patient Suite
- Chapel, Kitchen, Nurses Station, Patio/Deck, or Activity Room
- Offices, Conference Rooms, Spa Room, Gratitude Garden
- Kitchen and Laundry Equipment, Furniture, Artwork
- Lantern element at each patient room door
- Candle wall in chapel and water feature outside
- Bicycle stand
- Birds nest swing
- Light sconces on journey wall and corridors
- Chandelier over dining table
- Custom hand hewn “farmhouse” table in dining room
- Lounge sleeper for each patient room
- Blanket warmer
- Mini refrigerator units for each patient room
All gifts will be recognized according to the donor’s wishes in one of several ways:
- On-site donor recognition via a touch screen monitor at the front entrance.
- Recognition via publications, digital and social media, and presentations.
- Recognition at the location of named spaces within the inpatient unit.
- Recognition of $1,000+ gifts in the Gratitude Garden.
Heart of Gold Club
Building with Leadership :: $1 million or more
Building with Vision :: $500K to $999K
Building with Compassion :: $100K to $499K
Building with Dignity :: $50K to $99K
Building with Respect :: $25K to $49K
Building with Courage :: $5K to $24K
Building with Confidence :: $1K to $4K
Building with Kindness :: $1 to $999
Thank you for helping build
a new home for hospice!
Ready to give right now?
A 2020 Bonus for Taxpayers During the COVID-19 Crisis
The CARES Act, signed into law in March 2020, provided some help in the area of donations:
Taxpayers who itemize deductions can now give up to 100 percent of their AGI (adjusted gross income) and receive a tax deduction in the 2020 tax year. That lifts the cap from 60% to 100%.
Taxpayers who do not itemize can now give up to $300 and receive an above-the-line charitable tax deduction.
The required minimum distribution from an individual’s retirement account has been temporarily suspended for the 2020 tax year. This may be of interest to qualified donors considering a direct distribution from their IRA to Partners In Care.
As always, it is a good idea to consult with your tax advisor on the best way to maximize your charitable giving.