HopeHealth is dedicated to provide primary and preventative services to any persons living in our service areas regardless of their insurance coverage or ability to pay. At times, HopeHealth patients come with needs that cannot be met directly by our providers. The Compassionate Care Fund exists to contribute to these unmet needs.
We host many fundraising events throughout the year to help raise money for the Compassionate Care Fund. In the past, these events have included Vino & Vocals, our 25th Anniversary Gala, and our annual AIDSWalk event in honor of World AIDS Day. Through corporate snd individual donations, these events have helped raise thousands of dollars. If you would like to participate in one of these events, please click on the link below to view upcoming fundraising opportunities.
Volunteering is an extremely rewarding experience. Through the generous gift of time, talents and personal interests, volunteers supplement the work of staff in offering services that are important to our patients, their families and HopeHealth. There is a sensation of pride in giving back to your community. There is also the opportunity to meet others, build your resume, gain work experience and network. Sign up to become a volunteer for HopeHealth fundraisers, events, and more.
HopeHealth provides a health care home to over 41,000 patients and, through our Hope Fund, we are able to provide specialty care and support to many of those patients with complicated financial needs and health conditions.
There are thousands of people who desperately need your help. Look beyond yourself. Serve others humbly in love and compassion.
When you choose to serve others, you offer them a beacon of hope. You give them a hand up, not a handout. Give hope and change a life.
Change a life.
When you offer love and hope to those who need it most, you help cultivate a new self-worth. A brightened life, brightens the lives of others.
Giving hope to children affected by HIV/AIDS.
Children of Hope is a program spearheaded by HopeHealth Specialty Service’s infectious disease case managers each year to ensure children affected by HIV/AIDS in the Pee Dee community have presents to open on Christmas morning. Our case managers help identify the families who need it most.
Make a difference.
Your donation can truly change someone’s life. Please consider making a donation. Fill out the quick form and we will contact you as soon as possible.
How your donation helps
Emergency Assistance Routine Procedures such as Mammograms, Colonoscopies, & Blood Pressure Screenings Specialty Care Prescription Drug Assistance Eye Care Services Dental Health Services
Who does the Compassionate Care Fund Serve?
More than ever we need your support! We are providing primary health care and assistance for adults and pediatrics, behavioral health services, prescription drug assistance, and specialty care to more patients every year. With your help we are able to provide these valuable and necessary services to our area’s most vulnerable patients.
As of February 26, a limited supply of the COVID-19 vaccine is available for HopeHealth patients (ages 65 years and older) by appointment only at these locations: Florence, Manning, Kingstree, Timmonsville, Lake City, Greeleyville, and Francis Marion. If you are a HopeHealth patient and 65 years or older, call your HopeHealth provider and request to be placed on the vaccine waiting list. When supplies allow, those on our waitlist will be scheduled at one of these locations. Walk-in vaccinations will not be available. To learn more about qualifications and locations, visit https://scdhec.gov/covid19/covid-19-vaccine or call 1-855-472-3432. We will provide updates daily on this website. Click here for more COVID-19 information.https://www.hope-health.org/community/covid-19/