Center for Hospice Care announced the creation of The CIRCLE, a membership group of community leaders and volunteers who will serve as Hospice ambassadors in Southeastern Connecticut. The CIRCLE will be publicly unveiled at a reception to take place on September 18th, at the home of Andrea Sullivan. Bill Turner and Nancy Bulkeley will serve as the founding Co-Chairs of the group. Turner has been active in a number of community causes as a former executive for AT&T and co-owner of Kentford Farm in Old Mystic. Bulkeley is the Senior Community Affairs Specialist at Dominion Power and has served for several years on the Hospice Walk Committee.
“Members of The CIRCLE are dedicated to making sure that everyone in Southeastern Connecticut knows about and receives quality end-of-life care and bereavement support,” said Turner.
Membership in The CIRCLE will confer special benefits, including invitations to social gatherings and educational events.
“Center for Hospice Care provides so many special and unique services to the patients and families it serves in the region,” said Bulkeley. “For example, I know so many people who have benefitted from Hospice’s bereavement counseling services – individual and group counseling -- offered free of charge. And Center for Hospice Care’s unique Expressive Arts program has helped hundreds of grieving children and teens.”
Those interested in joining or learning more about The CIRCLE can Click Here
Posted on September 16, 2014