Hospice House Foundation of WNC (HHF) received a generous $50,000 donation from Jodi and Bernard Maki of Franklin. This gift supports construction of the SECU Hospice House, an inpatient facility serving hospice patients in our western six county region of North Carolina and northern Georgia. The Makis have also pledged to make an additional $50,000 donation if Hospice House Foundation can raise this amount from other community residents.
Western North Carolina residents can help Hospice House Foundation meet this challenge, while supporting the building of this inpatient hospice facility in Franklin. Donations are entirely tax deductible. Make checks payable to: Hospice House Foundation of WNC, P.O. Box 815, Franklin, NC 28744 (note “Maki challenge” on memo line of check).
Hospice House Foundation of WNC is a not-for-profit established in 2005. Its mission is to obtain funds for the construction of an inpatient hospice facility serving the western North Carolina region, including the counties of Macon, Jackson, Swain, Graham, Clay, and Cherokee, as well as Qualla Boundry and North Georgia.