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When you or a loved one is facing a life limiting illness or dealing with a devastating loss, a strong network of support can help alleviate the pain and fear that accompany such a difficult time. In this moment of need Meridian Hospice can be that network of support.

Our extraordinary team of doctors, nurses, home health aides, social workers, chaplains and volunteers provide physical, emotional and spiritual support to those in need during every step of their difficult journey.

This kind of care - care that enhances quality of life for loved ones - is made possible through generous gifts given for hospice care. Your support allows compassionate caregivers to care for loved ones at home so that they can spend their last days alert and free of pain, among the people and things they love. This helps build precious memories.


How You Can Help

Meridian Hospice services are available to everyone regardless of their ability to pay. Your gift to Meridian Hospice will make a difference to patients and families in need. The following are a few examples of how you can make your gift count:

Memorial Gifts

You can start a memorial fund that will provide care for underprivileged families who need hospice services. Memorial gifts are sent in lieu of flowers in the name of a loved one and remain open so that you can contribute to the fund annually.

Lasting Legacy

By planning for the future you can name Meridian Hospice as a beneficiary of your will, living trust, or retirement plan. This kind of gift can benefit you as well as support the loving care that Meridian Hospice provides.

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If you would like to make a gift to Meridian Hospice, you can click here or mail a check to:
Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations
1345 Campus Parkway, Suite A2
Neptune, NJ 07753

For more information, call the Meridian Health Foundation at 732-751-5100.


Your generosity can add quality to someone's last days and provide compassion for their grieving families. Won't you consider making a gift to Meridian Hospice today?