As Madison County's only not for profit hospice provider, Hospice Family Care serves all regardless of ability to pay.  Because the hospice philosophy is holistic care we strive to address each need with resources. For many of our low-income families caring for their loved one is increasingly challenging when their basic needs are not being met.  Providing an in-kind donation of supplies from our wishlist enables us to ease that burden for our families and allow them to focus on providing the best possible care to their loved one.
The wish list is an ongoing list of things needed for both hospice home care and to stock our in-patent facility opening in 2017.  Please visit our wish list section often to see how you, your church or civic club may be able to make a wish come true.

Fidget Aprons For Patients 
Scrapbooking Supplies For Greeting Card Groups 
Air Conditioners
Fans (For Patients In Their Homes)
Gas Cards (For Families & Volunteers To See Families)
Baby Monitors
Walkie-Talkie Sets (Rechargeable)
Sample Size Toiletries
Disposable Cameras For Patient/Family Use
Socks & Gripper Socks (Adult Sizes)
CFL Light Bulbs For Lamps
Seasonal Plants For Flower Gardens
Potting Soil And Plant Food
HD Digital Video Recorder for recording life review & stories
Gift Cards (Walmart, Lowes, Michaels, etc.)
Large Print Reading material (religious and non-religious) 
Individual soups
Canned drinks
Bottled water
Crackers/Bread (individual sizes)
Cakes/Cookies (individually packaged)
Peanut Butter (individual sizes)
Canned Vegetables/Fruits (single serving)
Canned Tuna/Chicken (single serving)
Puddings (single serving)
Plastic Flatware
Plastic kitchen storage containers
Plastic wrap
Gallon size freezer bags
Paper products- Plates, hot/cold cups, napkins, etc.