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As we reflect on the patients and families we have cared for in our community over the last 25 years we are reminded of the purity of the word “comfort”. To comfort means to soothe, console, reassure, support, and encourage. Many people ask what they can do to support Hoffmann Hospice in continuing to provide comfort to those that need it most.

Often, families of Hoffmann Hospice patients choose to give memorial gifts to honor their loved ones. Many families ask that gifts be made to Hoffmann Hospice “in lieu of flowers” or “in addition to flowers”, and we greatly appreciate those gifts to help us continue our mission. Hoffmann Hospice sends acknowledgments to the designated family member anytime a donation has been made in memory of their loved one.

Memorial gifts, particularly around important dates like birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays, are a special way to let someone know you are thinking about them. 

Thanks to the generosity of supporters, Hoffmann Hospice has had the privilege of serving over 20,000 adults, children, and veterans with a serious or terminal illness regardless of their ability to pay. Donations to Hoffmann Hospice assure that high quality care is available to all Hoffmann Hospice patients and their families, including patients in need of financial assistance. Contributions also support non-core programs and services offered including:
  • Unfunded Patients
  • Bucket List Wishes
  • Grief Support Groups
  • Volunteer Programs
  • Heart Art Camp
  • We Honor Veterans Program activities
  • Community Outreach and Education activities
  • and many more important programs and services
  • This home – Kern County’s first and only freestanding in-patient hospice home –expands Hoffmann’s ability to provide hospice services to all hospice-eligible patients. This beautiful homelike, 18 patient suite hospice home is professionally staffed with registered nurses 24-hours per day, as well as social services, home health aides, chaplains and volunteers. Patients receive daily personal visits from physicians providing unparalleled hospice care in Kern County. The home features many spaces and amenities that make the hospice home an environment comfortable for our patients and their families. The aesthetically comforting and visually pleasing interior decorations throughout the home and exterior gathering areas create an intimate, home-like feel. Naming and dedication opportunities are available for many of the interior and exterior spaces. Not only do these spaces offer a great way to preserve your family heritage or make a lasting tribute to a special loved one, but also help patients at The Hoffmann Hospice Home feel surrounded by love.

    Legacy Lane honors generations of families that have called Kern County home. Preserve a piece of your heritage and the memory of a loved one by placing a commemorative granite paver on Legacy Lane at The Hoffmann Hospice Home. Whether you dedicate a paver in tribute to your entire family, or in memory of a grand-parent, parent, spouse, sibling, or child these granite paver will stand the test of time. You will also help guests and visitors know that they are always among friends and family while at Kern County’s first-and-only hospice home.


    Naming and Dedication Opportunities

    Gift dedication are a wonderful way to remember a loved one. For gifts of $2,500 and above, we have multiple naming opportunities available throughout the Hoffmann Hospice Campus. Donors that wish to select one of our special naming opportunities will have a personalized plaque located at the naming location. For a current list of naming opportunities, please contact Hoffmann Hospice at (661) 410-1010 or info@hoffmannhospice.org

    All of these charitable gifts remain in the Kern County community and help Hoffmann Hospice continue to celebrate the sanctity of life, provide compassionate end-of-life care and comfort the grieving. Hoffmann Hospice is an IRS-approved 501 (c) 3 agency. All gifts are tax-deductible. Tax ID 77-0386207.