As we’ve mentioned before, the Faith Presbyterian Hospice T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative Care Center reached its $38.6 million goal for phase-one of construction. With that in mind, umbrella operation Presbyterian Communities and Services Foundation held a donor appreciation reception to honor those who contributed to this threshold.
“Currently, families receive hospice services at home, in the hospital or in long-term care centers without the benefit of a care center designed specifically to meet their needs. The Pickens Center will focus on families’ needs through five centers of excellence including inpatient care, spiritual care, education and resources, outdoor reflection, and child and family bereavement,” PCS president and CEO Godwin Dixon said.
With phase one fully funded, the operation is now focused on raising $4.6 million for start-up costs and $12 million for endowment of programming and care services.