Opportunities To Give

Ways to Donate

You can have an immediate impact on the patients we serve by making a donation, collecting in-kind donations, supporting our Partners in Care, and volunteering. For more information about making a donation, please contact Brad Gaither, Director of Community Relations, at 336-475-5444.

You can make a donation through our Donation Form or by mailing a check to Hospice of Davidson County, 200 Hospice Way, Lexington, NC 27292.

Hospice of Davidson County is a tax-exempt non-profit organization and we accept both monetary and in-kind donations. The most popular type of gift we receive is a donation made in memory of a loved one.

Learn more about our services and funding opportunities from our annual report.

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Giving Societies

The Founder’s Circle

The Founder’s Circle is an exclusive giving society recognizing individuals who make an annual gift at the leadership level ($1,000) or higher. Launched in 2014, the society honors the dedication and determination of our agency’s first leaders while elevating the importance of preparing for our agency’s future. Members of the Founder’s Circle are invited to participate in special events and network programs at Hospice of Davidson County including an exclusive reception recognizing our highest level supporters.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Amos

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny S. Beck

Dr. and Mrs. James Black

Ginny and Brent Blair

Ms. Clara Bonnett

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Byerly

Mr. and Mrs. Dill Cecil

Rebecca and James Daley

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Distler

Mr. and Mrs. David Dunn

Ms. Betty L. Easley

Rozella Everhart

Ms. Debbie Fanary

J. E. and Marylen Forbis

Linda Franz

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Fuller

Mr. and Mrs. F. Wayne Gregg

Dr. and Mrs. Sam Harris

Mrs. Carolyn Hawkins

Mr. Paul Holmes

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hubbard

Mr. James G Hudson Jr. Jr.

Mr. Joseph E. Hughes

Mr. Robert F. Lowe

Christy Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Moore Jr.

Gail Morris

Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Myers

Mr. and Mrs. Monty Oliver

Laura and Brad Owen

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Pendergrass

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rosier

Mr. And Mrs. James F. Shinn ll

Mr. and Mrs. Ian Silversides

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Swaim

Jane Whitehurst

Judith G. Widener

Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright

Partners in Care

The Partners in Care program offers opportunities for local businesses and organizations to support our patients and families while bringing visibility to their organization at the same time. These local companies and organizations have invested in Hospice of Davidson County, and have committed to supporting our agency with a cumulative giving total exceeding $1,000 annually.


Anything’s Possible, Inc.

Best Disposal/Todco

Brasscraft – Thomasville

Center United Methodist Church

Choice Home Medical Equipment, Inc.

Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant

First Bank – Liberty Square

First United Methodist Church

Foundation For The Carolinas


Homer Shaw Memorial Golf Tournament

IBM Employee Services Center

Julius Smith Young Jr Charitable Fund

Lexington Golf Shop, Inc.

Lois L. Brinkley Foundation

Novant Health

Ole North State Line Siders

Parrott Benefit Group

Pauls Chapel

Pinnacle Financial Partners Inc.

Rich Fork Baptist Church

S. & S. Grill

Sapona Charitable Foundation

Signworks of North Carolina, Inc.

State of NC DHHS – Division of Aging – State Fiscal Recovery Fund

Sun Fabricators, Inc.

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

The Blackbaud Giving Fund

The Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation, Inc.

TP & JC Leonard Trust

United Way of Davidson County

United Way of Forsyth County

United Way of Greater High Point

Younts Insurance Agency, Inc.

Reasons to Give

  1. The satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to change the lives of patients and families facing a terminal illness in Davidson County; 
  2. Understanding the important role you play in connecting patients and families with hospice care—a specialized type of end of life care that eases painful symptoms while providing emotional and spiritual support to patients and families; 
  3. Recognition as a Founder’s Circle OR Partners in Care member in each of our agency newsletters (three times annually); 
  4. Invitations to participate in special events and network programs at Hospice of Davidson County; and 
  5. Opportunities to connect with our CEO, Physician Medical Director and other key staff members at an exclusive, private reception to be held annually.  
The Hospice Serenity Garden

The Hospice Serenity Garden

We are grateful to be surrounded by a bountiful landscape of more than 30 acres, much of which has been transformed into a spiritual and therapeutic sanctuary for our patients, their families and the community at large. These gardens serve as a place to lift one’s spirit, provide healing, and impact lives for generations to come.