During the month of February, several local banks are hosting the annual “Hearts for Hospice” fundraising event.
When you visit a participating bank in the lobby or at the drive-through, you will have the opportunity to request a memorial heart for a donation of at least one dollar. Donors write their name or the name of the person they are remembering on the heart. Banks will display the hearts throughout the month.
Help us raise awareness by tagging Hospice Care Plus on your social media platforms and use #heartsforhospice when you share a photo of your memorial heart.
All proceeds from Hearts for Hospice support hospice, palliative, and bereavement care in Estill, Jackson, Lee, Madison, Owsley, and Rockcastle counties, funding care regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
Participating Banks for 2023
Community Trust Bank (Berea North, Eastern Bypass, and Downtown Richmond)
Cumberland Valley National Bank (both Richmond locations)
Park Community Credit Union (Berea and Richmond)
Stock Yards Bank & Trust (University Shopping Center and Gibson Bay, in Richmond)
Citizens Guaranty Bank (both Irvine locations)
Jackson County Bank (Annville, McKee, Sand Gap)
Lee and Owsley Counties:
Farmers State Bank (Booneville, Beattyville)
Community Trust Bank (both Mt. Vernon locations)
Citizens Bank, Mt. Vernon
We want to extend a special thank you to the following banks for making lump sum donations as part of Hearts for Hospice 2023: Central Bank and Trust and First Southern National Bank, in Richmond, and Whitaker Bank in Berea.
Hospice Care Plus was founded as a non-profit organization to support the quality of life of its communities through hospice, palliative, and bereavement care programs. The organization serves Estill, Jackson, Lee, Madison, Owsley, and Rockcastle counties and owns and operates the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond. Relying on contributions from individuals and groups, all care is provided regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. Make a gift, explore career and volunteer opportunities, or call 859-986-1500 to learn more.