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Lights of Love

Please join us as we have Lights of Love at Doey’s House. We will be putting lights on an Evergreen tree in honor and memory of loved ones. If you would like to sponsor a light for your loved one, click here to download the donation form Lights of Love Donation Form (One name per sheet please. Order as many as you like.) Names of those being honored and remembered will be read off outside of Doey’s House.


Pathways of the Heart

PLEASE JOIN US AT THE City Park Lighting for Pathways of the Heart, to Honor and Remember Your Loved Ones


International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day

You are not alone. Join with a community of suicide loss survivors as we share stories of healing and hope. Call 301-791-6360 to register with our Bereavement Department or email This event will feature a screening of A Daughter’s Journey, a new documentary produced by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention that follows one loss survivor, Sarah, a young adult who lost her father at 13 years old. The focus of the workshop is on growth, concentration, and...


Quilts of Valor

Quilts of Valor Foundation is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is “to cover service members and veterans touched by was with comforting and healing Quilts of Valor.” Mountain Mama Quilters meet to sew Quilts of Valor for military service members and veterans at the Hancock Community Life Center on the last Tuesday of every month.


Helping Hands of Hospice

Hospice of Washington County makes a powerful impact on end-of-life services in our community, in ways which you may not be aware. The Hospice Mission involves not only care and service, but outreach, grief support and much more.


Social Brunch

Join Hospice of Washington County the first Tuesday of each month at 10:30 AM for a Social Bruch at the Hagerstown Family Diner on Dual Highway in Hagerstown. Open to anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one. Not designed to be a grief group, but rather a safe place to socialize with others who can appreciate the many aspects of grief. Please contact Hazel Neibert (HWC support group member) at 240-313-0353 to RSVP. Each person will be responsible for paying for their own meal.