Community Giving

If you value our hospice and grief support programs and want to host an event supporting our mission, we would love to speak with you. Many generous community groups raise funds for us, as in the photos below. Please call 772-403-4500 for more information.

Treasure Coast Hospice recently received a $500 donation from the Sons of AMVETS Post 15 in Fort Pierce, FL. The organization has been giving since 2014 in memory of their fellow AMVETS and their families who have received exceptional care from Treasure Coast Hospice.

In April, Ocean Village residents presented Treasure Health with proceeds from their annual appeal, pro-am tennis and golf tournaments.

For more than 30 years, the residents of Ocean Village have partnered with the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation to help provide patients, families and community members with much needed specialized care and counseling services. This year, the residents of Ocean Village came together and raised  $21,000, which will provide comfort and guidance to many in our community.

L-R: Treasure Health community representative Tracey Kinsley, Golden Ponds committee members Barbara Boate, Frank Genevick and Sue Genevick.

Golden Ponds Community supports Treasure Health patient care

The Golden Ponds Community of Fort Pierce recently raised $10,031 to support Pediatric care at Treasure Health. The funds were raised through an annual luncheon, bake sale, 50/50 and raffle prizes.

Over the past 12 years, the Golden Ponds Community has donated more than $71,000 to Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation and has shown generosity beyond this with funds raised before 2007. The Golden Ponds Homeowners Association also donated a player piano in 2018.

De La Bahia condo association donates $4,000

The De La Bahia condo association donated $4,000 to the Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation to benefit patient care.

North River Shores raises $50,000

The North River Shores Community recently held its 24th Annual Tennis Benefit, headed by event chair Karin DeCoste, at North River Shores Tennis Club in Stuart. The event raised $50,000 with all of the proceeds going toward the Treasure Health Palliative Care program.

On April 27, 2017, Ocean Village residents presented Susan de Cuba, Treasure Health’s President & CEO, proceeds from their annual appeal and pro-am tennis tournament.

For more than 30 years, the residents of Ocean Village have demonstrated a true understanding of giving generously to Treasure Coast Hospice. Through this generosity, patients, families and community members have received the benefits of specialized care and counseling services they deserve. This year, the residents of Ocean Village came together and raised more than $25,600, which will touch the lives of many.

Tennis club benefits Palliative Care program

The North River Shores Community recently held its 23rd Annual Tennis Benefit, headed by event chair Karin DeCoste, at North River Shores Tennis Club in Stuart. The event raised $50,000 with all of the proceeds going toward the Treasure Health Palliative Care program. Former WTA top-10 tennis professional Kathy Rinaldi shared her personal experience with the help her father received at Treasure Coast Hospice, a service of Treasure Health.

L-R: Uno Lausen, Treasure Health community outreach representative Tracey Kinsley and Richard Eisenberg. Not pictured: Joe Kokoszka

Golfers give to Treasure Coast Hospice

The Cascades Men’s Golf League recently held its first fundraising event with Treasure Coast Hospice the recipient. The league, 100 strong, also raised money to order a brick to be placed at the St. Lucie Hospice House, engraved in memory of a friend and golf league member. Treasure Coast Hospice is a service of Treasure Health.

L-R: Treasure Health music therapist Jessica Sturgeon; Golden Ponds committee members Barbara Boate, Frank Genevick and Sue Genevick; and Treasure Health community representative Tracey Kinsley

Golden Ponds raises $9,260

Golden Ponds of Ft. Pierce held its 11th annual fundraising bake sale, luncheon and auction on Feb. 9, 2017. The event, entirely run by volunteers, raised an impressive $9,260 for Treasure Coast Hospice, a service of Treasure Health. Event Chairs Frank and Sue Genevick and Co-Chair Barbara Boate have spearheaded this successful event since inception.

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To learn more about “Five Wishes ®”or to schedule a presentation for your group or community, please email info@treasurehealth.org