Losing a loved one is never easy, but quality end-of-life care can alleviate at least some of the stress for all involved. Since 1999, this aim has been the core mission of McCall Hospice House, a residential hospice facility here in Greenville. It has been designed to offer respite for both its patients and the caregivers of those patients, who are often quite exhausted themselves. Further, the McCall Hospice House is equipped to handle even more complex medical needs through its facilities, equipment and dedicated staff. To continue to meet these needs successfully, however, they rely on donations from various individuals and organizations. Therefore, throughout the month of May, we will be collecting the following new or unused items so that we may assemble them into care bags for the patients who are currently staying at the McCall Hospice House:
• Body Wash (full size)
• Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
• Skid-Proof Socks
• Deodorant (men’s or women’s)
• Lotion (travel size)
• Mouthwash (travel size)
• Brushes/Combs
• Crossword Puzzles/Word Search Games
• Pens
• Small Notepads for Journaling
• Individually-Wrapped Hard Candy
• Individually-Wrapped Snacks: Crackers, Cookies, Chips, Snack Cakes
Donate using either of these options:
1) Bring these items to the church Reception Area any time throughout the month on Monday–Friday (9am-5pm), or any Sunday morning in May.
2) Order online and have them shipped to:
First Baptist Greenville
c/o Amy Joye
847 Cleveland Street
Greenville, SC 29601
Please contact Laura Stout (laura.stout@firstbaptistgreenville.com) with any questions.
—Kate Anderson, Missions & Affiliations Committee

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