Hope Hospice is excited to announce its 30th annual Evening by the Sea Auction will take place on Friday, July 21, 2017 at the Wianno Club in Osterville. This elegant evening has a “Your Passport to International Food and Wine” theme and includes dinner, a live and silent auction and live music. HopeHealth supporters from all over Cape Cod and eastern Massachusetts attend the auction each year to support Hope Hospice and bid on a variety of exquisite and unique items.
Proceeds from this Evening by the Sea event help pay for specialized healthcare services for those who are seriously ill, including:
“This is our premier fundraising gala event,” said Diana Franchitto, president & CEO of HopeHealth. “Now in its 30th year, the auction benefitting Hope Hospice supports a wide range of services provided to people dealing with serious illness and loss within our community. With exciting, themed silent and live auction items, the bidding is going to make a significant contribution to our hospice work. We thank everyone who participates—our event sponsors, the individuals and businesses who donate auction items, our dedicated volunteers and members of the community who attend this wonderful event.”
Some of this year’s auction items include:
Independence Park, Inc. continues as our Premier Sponsor again for this year’s event. Their lead support joins other generous sponsors to help Hope Hospice continue providing extraordinary care to patients and families in the community.
Platinum Sponsors for the auction are: Paula O'Keeffe; Enos Home Medical; Robert L. Epstein Family Foundation; Falmouth Toyota; and Donoghue Barrett & Singal. Gold Sponsors include: Cape Cod Package Store; Atria Woodbriar; Jan and Larry Capodilupo; Ann and Dick Trull; Heritage Print Solutions; and Ocean Spray.
For information or to purchase tickets, please visit HopeHealthCo.org/Events, call (508) 957-0254, or email [email protected].
HopeHealth has been enhancing the quality of life for people experiencing serious illness and loss for more than 35 years. Today, the non-profit organization delivers a wide range of services for people with serious illness and their families. The HopeHealth family of services in Massachusetts includes: Hope Hospice; Hope Care for Kids; Hope Dementia & Alzheimer’s Services and Hope Academy. The Massachusetts Pain Initiative is an affiliate of the organization. Learn more by calling (800) 642-2423 or visiting HopeHealthCo.org.