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Fundraising events are an important – and fun – way to support the programs and services that help improve quality of life for patients, support caregivers and develop innovative approaches for end-of-life care.
Thanks to all who attended Barley, BBQ & Beats events in 2023!
We hope you have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the vital end-of-life services provided by Arbor Hospice and Hospice of Michigan.
Proceeds from Barley, BBQ & Beats support Hospice of Michigan’s Open Access Program, which helps ensure end-of-life care to all, regardless of age, diagnosis, or financial circumstances.
Click on this link to learn more about these exciting events, and to see photo galleries from all six 2023 Barley, BBQ & Beats: LEARN MORE
As an independent not-for-profit hospice, end-of-life care is all we do. Yet to do this important work — and deliver the programs and services that set Hospice of Michigan and Arbor Hospice apart — fundraising is essential.
Fundraising helps cover the cost of the resources needed to deliver the unparalleled, comprehensive care that every patient and family deserves at end of life.
Introduced in 2016, Hospice of Michigan and Arbor Hospice’s signature fundraising event Barley, BBQ & Beats continues to grow. This festive celebration supports compassionate end-of-life care helping fulfill our mission of serving Every Person. Every Time.
Throughout the year, community partners across the state host fundraising events to support the programs and services of Hospice of Michigan. Click here to find an event near you.
PLAN AN EVENT
An individual or group can host or sponsor their own event to help raise much needed funds for Hospice of Michigan.
Whether it’s a golf outing, a bowling marathon, a can collection or a jeans day at work, there are many ways to raise money to support essential patient and family programs at Hospice of Michigan.
Please review the Fundraising Toolkit for guidelines, suggestions and important information about hosting an event to benefit Hospice of Michigan.