Dear fellow Hanoverians:
This just in from the good folks at the Hanover VNA Community Foundation!
The annual fund drive sponsored by the Hanover VNA Community Foundation
once again appeals to the community to join in providing guidance and
support to those in need. This cooperative effort relies solely on this
fund drive as its primary source of income.
The Hanover VNA Community Foundation is comprised of a dedicated board of
volunteers who work closely with the Hanover VNA, which consists of
visiting nurses who provide medical care and oversee the wellness of
Hanover residents. The Foundation also sponsors several programs in
conjunction with the Police and Fire Departments.
Every year the Foundation awards scholarships to Hanover High school
graduates planning careers in nursing and allied professions. In
addition, they continue to support Hanover Parks and Recreation Department
by funding camperships for Hanover children (27 in the summer of 2019).
During the holiday seasons of Thanksgiving and Christmas, the members of
the Hanover VNA Community Foundation, working closely with the Hanover VNA,
the Hanover Police, the Hanover Schools and several churches and
organizations, reach out to families who need their support. Food items,
gift certificates and toys are offered, hoping to alleviate some of the
stress many may be experiencing.
Emergency assistance is also provided throughout the year to residents of
Hanover who have financial difficulties due to unforeseen circumstances,
resulting in the inability to obtain food, clothing and other necessities
needed for themselves and their families. They try to help, especially
when other means of assistance are unavailable.
Although the main thrust of the Hanover VNA Community Foundation is to
reach out throughout the year to residents in need, they do hold an annual
Open Meeting. All in the community are invited to attend and expand their
knowledge of current issues affecting their well-being. One of the
committees under their “umbrella” researches and arranges for guest
speakers to present at the Open Meeting. This year, Dr. Monarch, an
authority on Lyme disease and its far reaching effects was the guest
speaker. Over 100 people attended! The HVNA looks forward to their
coming Open Meeting this Spring!
The HVNA is most appreciative of the past generosity of the Hanover
residents, businesses, churches, organizations and schools who help make
all of this possible, and hope that you will join them in making the 2019
Fund Drive a success.
The Hanover VNA Community Foundation thanks you for your continued support,
past and present.
Josephine Koelsch, President
Hanover VNA Community Foundation, Inc.
The Hanover VNA Community Foundation is designated by the IRS as a 501©
(3) tax exempt, non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible
to the extent allowed by law.
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