to our offices.
Checks may be mailed to:
NVNA and Hospice
120 Longwater Drive
Norwell, MA 02061
at 781.610.1409 and the Charitable Fund Team can take your donation by credit or debit card over the phone.
to NVNA and Hospice through Norwell Visiting Nurse Association, Inc, 501(C)(3) tax ID #: 042104797
Our Grace Campaign was a bold initiative from the start. As a non-profit organization, our sustainability is directly connected to our donors who invest in our mission.
The 100th anniversary campaign was organized by our ability to share with supporters the stories of their impact on our patient care. The resounding response from our community is a testament to a mission with a century of stories–families impacted by a non-profit driven by a clear and powerful mission.
Our investors are our patients, their families, and our donors. We take this responsibility seriously and willingly accept the call to elevate patient care and see what is possible with philanthropy.
Our ability to treat more patients, advance our services, and expand our footprint is due to the generosity of this community.
We respectfully ask for your support as a donor to the Grace Campaign.
The Grace Campaign allowed us to see light in very dark times. We have exceeded our campaign goal by over a million dollars–and still counting. Even still, our story of philanthropy is just beginning. We have been inspired by a community who values and recognizes the importance of home care and hospice for everyone in our region. Our next century has already launched and the possibilities powered by philanthropy are yet unrealized.
Join us as we invest in your families.
With sincere appreciation,
Renee McInnes, MBA, RN
CEO of NVNA and Hospice
Jane C. Steinmetz, Grace Campaign Chair
Boston Office Managing Principal at Ernst & Young LLP
William Scalzulli, President, Board of Directors
Vice President of Investments for the Kraft Group
Our Grace Campaign has received an incredible $500,000 gift from the McKim Family Foundation. The family’s generosity will be directed to the fund for families at the Pat Roche Hospice Home.
NVNA and Hospice is grateful to Alan McKim and his family for investing in our mission.
Pictured with President & CEO of Clean Harbors Alan McKim is Managing Principal, Ernst & Young Jane Steinmetz, Grace Campaign Chair, at left, and NVNA and Hospice CEO Renee McInnes, RN at right.
NVNA and Hospice held a breakfast at Tosca to present its second annual Amy Sylvester Award for healthcare excellence. Gina Vita, co-founder of Bella Vita and former Board of Trustees member, and Reverend Liz Walker, senior pastor of Roxbury Presbyterian Church, were this year’s recipients.
In accepting their awards, these two incredibly worthy leaders inspired the room with their thoughtful reflections on loss, life, and hope.
The Grace Campaign will allow us to continue our legacy of unmatched patient and hospice care for another 100 years. With your help, we will:
FUND THE PAT ROCHE HOSPICE HOME
Provide services at the Pat Roche Hospice Home for those who need us and expand our Free Care Fund for families who are unable to afford room and board.
FUND THE FUTURE
Build on the mission of the Pat Roche Hospice Home and sustain it for generations to come.
FUND PALLIATIVE CARE
Improve the quality of life for individuals who are living with a serious illness with a focus on comprehensive, patient-centered care.
Senator Patrick O’Connor visited the Pat Roche Hospice Home to commemorate the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s $80,000 amendment for our telehealth program. Senator O’Connor remarked, “I am very proud to have secured this funding in the FY 22 budget and am very thankful that we have an organization like NVNA in our community.”
Michael Baker, Chair