"The Castlettes are a generous and lively group of women who are passionate about giving back to their community," said Linda Simpson, the golf club's captain. "Hope Hospice is especially near and dear to our hearts, as this organization has provided care for several Castlettes and their families ... We are truly grateful for the compassionate services that Hope provides. Thank you to the entire team."
Hope and Castlewood Country Club have worked together on charity events over the years, including the upcoming By Your Side Awards Luncheon on March 26, and the annual Hope 100 Golf Marathon taking place on Sept. 24
"The entire Hope team appreciates the ongoing generosity of the Castlettes, which helps us serve more families in the Tri-Valley," Hope CEO Jennifer Hansen said. "Their annual support helps us offset costs of running our Grief Support Center and Family Caregiver Education Series, which are available to the public at no charge. Support from community organizations is vital to helping us achieve our mission of supporting our hospice patients and their loved ones with exceptional care, compassion and dignity."
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