Naming Opportunities

Calling it your own:

In addition to naming the Hospice House, donors may also name areas and items in the facility as a way to permanently recognize their commitment to serving others or memorialize a loved one in some way.

Hospice House: SECU Hospice House

This inpatient facility will have rooms large enough to accommodate overnight stays by family members and places for families and friends to gather.  Share meals and time together with each other and their loved one.  It will offer the highest level of impatient hospice care through therapeutic social, emotional, spiritual and grief support.

Hospice House Campus: $250,000

The campus itself will include parking areas, paths, and other amenities to support patients, families, caregivers, and pets.

Patient Wing: $250,000

Chapel: $150,000

This will be a nondenominational chapel to accommodate private services for families and friends.  It will also serve as a quiet room for friends and family to gain comfort from their faith and each other.

Kitchen: $100,000

The kitchen will be a place where family and friends can prepare snacks and meals.

Dining Room: $100,000

Enjoy a leisurely lunch or formal dinner with family and friends (shared space with the Living Room).

Living Room: $100,000

A comfortable place for family/friends to visit (open space shared with the dining area). 

Family Room:
Rachel Friday/Jeff Schenck Family Room

This will be a homelike environment featuring a fireplace for patients, families and visitors to gather.

Patient Suites (2 Available): $100,000
Maki Patient Suite - In Memory of George & Elizabeth Maki
Suite 2 - Florence & Claudia Mauboules Patient Suite
Suite 3 - John Ben Stewart, MD Patient Suite
Suite 4 - Under Consideration

Each patient suite is comfortably designed with family seating/sleeping, private bathroom and porch.

Reception/Lobby Foyer:
Philip L. Van Every Foundation Foyer

This is the first area inside the hospice house that patients and visitors will see.  It is the location where all visitors check in and are greeted.

Sun/Screen Room - Lorraine and Ron Fisher Sun/Screen Room

Community Room (Lower Level) - $75,000

Angel Room: $50,000

The angel room is especially designed to support the staff and volunteers that care for the hospice house, patients, and their loved ones.  There will be lockers, break area, and cots.

Patio outside of Kitchen: $50,000

Family Laundry Room: $50,000

The hospice house understands the need for such a facility.  It is important that loved ones have the ways and means to maintain their own comfort while staying with the patient.

Front Porch:
Entegra Bank Front Porch

Is the first place to welcome visitors to the hospice house.

Conference Room: Under Consideration

To be used for meetings and private counsel with medical, spiritual and legal counselors.

Home Care Staff Office: $50,000

This prominent area is the central area for the specially trained professional and volunteer staff that is caring for the patients and their families.

Staff Kitchenette: $25,000

A room with small appliances to accommodate  staff/volunteer meals and refreshments.

Dictation Room: $25,000

Used by Hospice House staff to privately record patient-related information.

Open Air Porch beyond Sun/Screen Room: $25,000

Public Rest Room: $25,000

HHFWNC Office (Lower Level): $25,000

Back Patio (Lower Level): $25,000

Gazebos:
Freisem/Mast Gazebo – In memory of Jane Freisem
McPhail Gazebo

The hospice grounds will have spaces perfect for gazebos so patients and loved ones can enjoy being outside and each other.

Storage/Supply Room: Under Consideration

Rooms for maintaining such things as linens, carts, and office, housekeeping and medical supplies.

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    Franklin, NC 28734

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