Each year Global Partners in Care and its Program Partners touch the lives of approximately a quarter of a million individuals and families affected by AIDS, cancer and other illnesses.
Partnership Program Objectives
Fund Compassionate Care
90% of partnership revenue received went directly to support the individual organizations
U.S. Partner Benefits
Support hospice and palliative care in countries with limited resources.
- Create relationships with professional peers globally.
- Increase visibility in your community.
International Partner Benefits
- Gain financial support to expand care and programs.
- Enhance care for patients, their families, and the broader community.
- Build relationships with U.S. hospice and palliative care organizations.
75 partnerships - 14 countries
SwazilandRocking Horse ProjectCaliforniaVITAS Innovative Hospice Care of The Inland Empire
South AfricaSt. Luke's HospiceMinnesotaArm in Arm in Africa
NepalHospice NepalDelawareDelaware Hospice
IndiaHappy Feet HomeOhioAkron Children's Hospital Palliative Care Center
MalawiNkhoma HospitalCaliforniaHospice of the North Coast
UgandaMbale Regional HospitalColoradoOptum Palliative and Hospice Care
South AfricaZululand HospiceNew YorkLifetime Care Hospice
South AfricaGrahamstown HospiceFloridaHaven Hospice
TanzaniaMachame Lutheran HospitalColoradoKilimanjaro Hospice Initiative
IndiaNarikeldaha PrayasIllinoisHospice of Kankekee Valley
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Become a Champion
The Global Partners in Care Champion Program provides the opportunity for any individual or organization to fulfill a one-time cause for hospice and palliative care organizations globally.
$44,445 will help Zululand Hospice in South Africa to purchase a new 14-seat van and replace its aging fleet. The new van would help hospice workers travel safely and efficiently throughout their large service area, where the...$5,556 will supply the medical staff of Kawempe Home Care, located in Uganda, with durable bags, boots and umbrellas. A 46% rise in clients in one year, coupled with the expense of staff transport to its more remote service areas...$5,556 will provide 40 bicycles for volunteers at the Selian Lutheran Hospital in Tanzania. The bikes will be used by the Hospital’s hospice volunteers to visit clients and provide basic treatment, as well as to help...