Join Us for a Snow Day Adventure!
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain Park
Your family and friends will enjoy an afternoon of fun winter activities while benefiting our pediatric patients, many of whom are coping with the overwhelming diagnosis of a terminal illness. The annual BIG-TO-DO supports the Children’s Program of Visiting Nurse Health System, which meets the comprehensive medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of pediatric patients and their families through home healthcare, long-term care, hospice services and our Camp STARS grief counseling camps.
View photos and learn about last year’s BIG-TO-DO.
Why support the BIG-TO-DO?
Our greatest need is for support of hospice care. Visiting Nurse has one of only two pediatric hospice programs in Georgia, providing care at home or in our inpatient facility, the Hospice Atlanta Center. Pediatric patients require care that is significantly more expensive than adult end-of-life services. In most instances, reimbursement from Medicaid or private insurance covers only half of the costs of their care. Your support enables us to serve all who need our services, regardless of their ability to pay.
BIG-TO-DO Host Committee
Co-chairs: Jennifer and Patrick Euart; Ashley and Matt Gelber; Britton and Bren McLeod; Dallas and Preston Nevins; Dawn and Kevin Dwyer; Emily and Brad Ferguson; Laura and Clay Crim; Mary Pillow Cornett and Bryant Cornett; Kathryn and Jay Simms; Laura and Alan Graber; Susanne and Mike Cascone
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