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Three years ago my family learned the importance of Von Sakura House and Hospice Care. My partner Nate Mason's Father spent several weeks at VON Sakura House Residential Hospice in Woodstock. During that time both Kenny and his family were incredibly well taken care of. The incredible people and services at Von Sakura house enabled them to focus on what was important and to cherish the time they had left with him.
Hospice care isn't something you think about and it's certainly not a service you intend on needing. However, in your time of need, the incredible team at VON Sakura house aims to be the support you never knew you would need. They celebrate the life that is coming to an end, while providing 24 hour palliative care to preserve the dignity and comfort of the patient. Currently palliative care at VON Sakura house is available at no cost to patients or families, and that is in part because of the annual Von Sakura House Hike for Hospice.
Alicia Sharrard, Arran Sharrard, their children Liam and Stella, Nate Mason, Kathy Mason and I are doing the Hike for Hospice on Sept 21st in Kenny Mason's memory, to raise money for VON Sakura House Residential Hospice. If you can, please take a second to donate at the link below and please share this link with your friends and family.
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About VON Oxford Sakura House
Our 10-bed residential hospice provides compassionate end-of-life care at no cost to patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. VON Sakura House provides a skilled team of nurses, personal support workers, physicians and specially trained volunteers who help more than 170 patients and their families each year. Hospice care is covered only partially by government funding so we need to raise the rest to cover the gap. That is why your donation is so important. For more information about VON Oxford Sakura House, visit http://www.vonsakurahouse.com.
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