+Sponsorship opportunities for your business or organization
Partners In Care deeply appreciates the support it receives from the business community. Our mission is greatly enhanced because of your collective generosity. In return, we work to recognize your contribution. Your logo will appear in the Community Partners section of our website for a rolling 12-month period following your involvement or contribution. Other benefits will be provided based on your organization’s needs or desires. Non-clinical volunteer opportunities are also available for your employee group.

The following sponsorship opportunities are available with a corporate gift:

Sponsorship of Light Up A Life
Sponsorship of printed materials used in patient care and outreach
Sponsorship of Camp Courage and other youth programs
Media Sponsorship – creative services, ad space, talent
Sponsor an event, reception, conference, or speaker
Sponsor a professional education scholarship
Sponsorship of community bereavement programs, or the PIC Transitions program

+Donate products or services from your business
What business are you in? What kinds of skills do you have? What product do you make?

Chances are your business does something or makes something that could be of use to Partners In Care. For example, the E2Solar Company, located in NE Bend, donated solar energy panels to Partners In Care in late 2012. Not only did they donate the panels, but also delivered, installed and tested them at no cost. The installation was done on #GivingTuesday – a day when companies and individuals “give back” to their communities. Efforts to inform the media of this gift resulted in local television coverage that day. The company president appeared on camera to share what was being installed and why this gift, valued at $13,000, was important to them. A true win-win community partnership.

+Do business with our Community Partners
Partners In Care values its relationships with a variety of community partners. Organizations such as Bend Memorial Clinic and St. Charles Health System refer patients for home health and hospice services. Other companies, like REgroup Thrift Store, have cause-related marketing agreements with Partners In Care. And nonprofit organizations, such as The Bloom Project, interface with Partners In Care in unique ways that benefit our patients and families directly. We hope you will support these organizations with your own business. See our Community Partners page for a complete listing and links to their websites.
+Request a speaker for your club, church, workshop, or other event
To help educate our community on topics related to healthcare, home health, hospice and grief, we offer a Speakers Bureau that works directly with local clubs, organizations, church groups, healthcare and social service professionals, schools and other interested audiences. Each speaking engagement is tailored to fit an audience’s needs and interests and are presented free of charge.

Our professional staff is available to speak on many topics. Below are just a few examples.:

  • What is Hospice? – A Compassionate Kind of Caring
  • End of Life Care
  • Pain and Symptom Management in Hospice
  • Advanced Directives
  • End of Life Issues and Planning
  • Self Care for Caregivers
  • The Spiritual Journey at the End of Life
  • The Joys of Volunteering for Hospice
  • Healthcare Options for Seniors
  • Caring for a Loved One at Home
  • Grief, Loss and Bereavement

To learn more about or schedule a speaker, call (541) 382-5882 and ask for our Outreach Department.

+Find out about Light Up a Life

Light Up a Life is a non-religious celebration of gratitude and remembrance, held each year at Partners In Care. It is open to the public, free of charge. Names of those who have passed away this year—as well as those for whom we are grateful—are read aloud as candles are lighted in their honor. This year, the event will be on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 5:30 pm.

Learn more about Light Up a Life.

+Find out about #GivingTuesday


#GivingTuesday is a national day of giving to kick off the giving season. It is the Tuesday after Thanksgiving; this year it is Tuesday, November 29, 2016. In the same way that retail stores take part in Black Friday, the giving community comes together for #GivingTuesday to celebrate and encourage charitable giving activities.

Partners In Care invites Central Oregon businesses to participate in #GivingTuesday by considering a donation of product, services, discounts, or cash to Partners In Care. Cause-marketing ventures will be considered as well.

Please call Makayla Walters, Development Officer, Partners In Care, at (541) 322-2165 to discuss your participation in #GivingTuesday.