The National Hospice Partnership Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life for individuals and families coping with terminal illness, death, and the process of grieving by increasing public and professional awareness of the value of hospice services and by assisting families with support and financial resources.

The National Hospice Partnership Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that provides education to clinicians, patients, families, and community to ensure that they receive the most current information and data on requirements and trends in the provision of hospice and palliative care. The Foundation provides knowledge and skills to help meet today’s challenges and future changes.

National Hospice Partnership Foundation (NHPF) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide end-of-life education to patients, their families, and the general community regarding the purpose and benefits of hospice and palliative care services.

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Donate by mail:
Print a donation form and mail your donation to:
National Hospice Partnership Foundation
2191 Lemay Ferry Road, Suite 300
St. Louis, MO 63125

Memorials
A contribution can be made in memory of a loved one. The Family/individual will receive an acknowledgment of your gift.

Did you know
75% of Americans do not know that hospice care can be provided in the home
90% did not realize that hospice care can be fully covered through Medicare
Americans want the kind of end-of-life services offered by hospice.
-Stats provided by National Hospice and Palliative Organization (NHPCO)

With your generosity and compassion, you can help to continue to expand the knowledge of Hospice Services and End-of-Life Care for those who have life-limiting illnesses such as Cancer, ALS, AIDS, Stroke, Heart Disease and many others. You will provide patients and families the information to make educated decisions about end-of-life care; provide clinical personnel with the special training needed to provide the highest quality of care to patients with life-limiting illnesses; and give the public the knowledge and information needed to eliminate the stigma about hospices, hospice services, and end-of-life care.