Our donors help us serve all patients, regardless of their ability to pay, through their donations to Lower Cape Fear Hospice Foundation.
Through memorials and tributes, you can honor someone special, such as a family member, friend, or someone who made an impact in your life. You can also honor a special occasion or even a Lower Cape Fear Hospice employee or volunteer who provided outstanding care or service.
Memorial and Tribute Donation Opportunities
Make a donation to Lower Cape Fear Hospice Foundation in memory of your loved one. The Foundation will acknowledge your donation and notify the caregiver and/or person of your choice that you have made a gift. (Your gift amount will stay confidential). Tributes in memory of a loved one or special friend are offered through a gift, or combination of gifts of $1,000 or more.
If you are honoring a loved one, employee, or occasion, the Foundation will acknowledge your donation and notify the special person that you have made a gift in his or her honor, or the occasion if applicable. (Your gift amount will stay confidential).
Every memorial donation given in memory of an individual goes toward his or her Tribute.
Lower Cape Fear Hospice Tributes
To honor and recognize the cherished memories of someone you love, Lower Cape Fear Hospice has created a remembrance at each of its hospice care centers. Each tribute plaque has a name etched and permanently installed through a gift, or combination of gifts totaling $1,000 or more.
Continuum Tribute Wall in the Heritage Garden in Wilmington, NC
The Continuum Tribute Wall, located in our Heritage Garden on the Wilmington campus, was designed by Toby Keeton and Michael Kersting at Kersting Architecture. The structure is meant to reflect how the individual journeys of our lives leave an indelible mark on the world—as with nature, our journeys ebb and flow.
Butterfly Pavilion in the Children’s Memorial Garden in Wilmington, NC
Three different size butterflies, sculpted by local artist Dumay Gorham, float under the roof of the pavilion above a chrysalis sculpture in the middle of the Children’s Memorial Garden. Butterflies are a symbol of rebirth and transformation. The life cycle of a butterfly is marked by change; each stage – egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and adult – is radically different from what comes before. These butterflies remind us of the ever-changing stages of our lives.
The Heritage Garden in Wilmington, NC
Nature often speaks to us in ways that people cannot. Sometimes, sounds of comfort outweigh words of comfort. Patients, family and friends visiting the Heritage Garden, at the Dr. Robert M. Fales Hospice Pavilion, find a beautiful space that feels safe, restorative, healing, strengthening, even empowering.
Bountiful Life at Angel Hospice House Whiteville, NC
Bountiful Life is a celebration of abundance and giving. Created by artist Gayle Tustin, Bountiful Life features six tile murals depicting cotton, strawberries, corn, blueberries, hydrangea, and magnolias–flora grown in southeastern North Carolina.
Impressions at SECU Hospice House of Brunswick Bolivia, NC
These memorial tiles represent the sky, sand and sea. As the tiles are installed, we begin to see the long expanse of sky, sand and sea unfold.
Brunswick Garden at SECU Hospice House of Brunswick Bolivia, NC
The Brunswick Garden provides a place of healing and solace for patients, family, friends and the whole community. It is a natural retreat that features a series of garden rooms that incorporate a labyrinth, butterfly garden, dry bed river and plants that will bloom and delight through all four seasons.
Seasons at LCFH Mercy Care Myrtle Beach, SC
Seasons is an expression of cherished moments and lives well lived. We celebrate, honor, and memorialize friends and loved ones who have given freely of themselves – their time, love, and commitment.
Together we can make a difference
We are the regional hospice of choice for thousands of patients. We are a nonprofit hospice, meaning we help everyone regardless of their ability to pay. This is only possible through the generous donations from people like you.
Funding goes to help us provide grief support, hospice and palliative care, capital needs, spiritual care and special programs for veterans.