Hospice of Davidson County Donations


Hospice of Davidson County offers donation opportunities for the community to connect with our organization and our work.

You can have an immediate impact on the patients we serve by:

Making a Donation

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.

You can make a donation using the button below, or you can make a donation by mail by sending your check to:

Hospice of Davidson County
200 Hospice Way
Lexington, NC 27292

Click the button below to securely donate to the Hospice of Davidson County through Network for Good.

Click here to see our 2020 Annual Report

The Hospice Serenity Garden

Designed to be a year-round, restorative experience, and an enduring symbol of the cycle of life, the Hospice Serenity Garden will grow to be a living landmark that will stand as a testament to the unique role Hospice serves in Davidson County. As it grows over time, its existence will reinforce our holistic approach to the care for those at the end of life, their loved ones and our community. It will enable us to expand our current programming in grief counseling and support and more. The Garden will also be a gift to the community, an open gathering place for groups, families and individuals to enjoy for celebrations, programming and culture. It will serve as a place that will lift spirits, provide healing and impact lives for generations to come. Click here to learn about sponsorship/naming opportunities.

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 in, and have committed to supporting our agency with a cumulative giving total exceeding $1,000.

  • Click here to see the complete Partners in Care list, and please support these businesses.
    • Best Disposal/Todco
    • Brasscraft – Thomasville
    • Center Towne Realtors
    • Center United Methodist Church
    • Charity League of Lexington
    • Choice Home Medical Equipment, Inc.
    • Citrin & Whitman, P.A.
    • Dacotah Foundation
    • Doak Finch Foundation
    • Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant
    • The Eddie & Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation, Inc.
    • First Bank
    • First United Methodist Church
    • Folk, Round & Square Dance Federation of NC
    • The Gabelli Foundation #2
    • Homer Shaw Memorial Golf Tournament
    • Jay Young Foundation
    • Kaufman Trailers of NC, Inc.
    • Lauren’s Ladder
    • Lexington Barbecue
    • Lexington Garden Club
    • Novant Health
    • Oak Forest United Methodist Church
    • Ole North State Line Siders
    • Parrott Insurance & Benefits, Inc.
    • Paul’s Chapel Church
    • RCR Racing
    • Rich Fork Baptist Church
    • Sapona Charitable Foundation
    • SERVPRO of Lexington/Thomasville
    • Sink Farm Equipment
    • Thomasville Emporium
    • Turlington & Co.
    • Twin City Sprinkler Co. Inc
    • Tyro United Methodist Church
    • Wright Global Graphics
    • Younts Insurance Agency, Inc.

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.

Consider a pledge or gift in the amount of $1,000 or greater to support our mission, and you will be recognized as a member of the Founder’s Circle, be invited to participate in special events and network programs at Hospice of Davidson County including an exclusive reception recognizing our highest level supporters. Please take a moment to think about how your gift will impact our community in a meaningful way.

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice is a specialized type of health care that is delivered by our own physicians, nurses, Hospice aides and social workers. Many patients and families also choose to include additional team members such as a spiritual counselor, grief counselor, and a volunteer.