“My mother taught me how to quilt,” said Loice Tucker a member of the Quilting Ministry at First Baptist Middleburg (FBM) who has been donating quilts to Haven for approximately six months. “Our church ministry has been creating quilts to donate to various organizations for over a decade.” The Quilting Ministry at FBM is for [...]
Roundtree-Moore Ford Lincoln of Lake City recently presented Haven with a check for $4,880 to support unreimbursed programs and services in Suwannee Valley. The funds were raised through the “Drive for Haven – A Continental Gesture” event held on May 20, 2017. The event gave members of the community the opportunity to test drive the [...]
Welcome to the 2017 Haven In Touch Magazine! We are excited to share our newest rendition of In Touch. This issue features stories from across our 19-county service area, so that supporters, like you, can see the impact that Haven and VNA/HFK are having.
Approximately four years ago while attending a Veteran’s Day event at the Rotary Club of Gainesville, John Brunner noticed the American Flag stands on the tables were poorly crafted. John, a United States (U.S.) Navy Veteran of 22 years, believed he could make a better stand for the flags. “I was in 4-H Club as [...]
The Haven Annual Community Report provides readers with a snapshot of the organization over the past year. This issue shares information about Haven from 2016.
Wesley Farnham of Trenton and Johnny Poore of Cross City were recently recognized for their military service by Haven Hospice Veteran Volunteers. Farnham served in the United States (U.S.) Navy. Poore served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War for four years as a finance officer and went on to retire from the Florida [...]
David Rose and Willis Murray of Alachua were recently recognized for their military service by Haven Hospice Veteran Volunteers. Rose served in the United States (U.S.) Army for 22 years before retiring. During his time in the U.S. Army, Rose worked in security and went on to establish his own security business after retirement from [...]
John Jones and Harlan Lambert of Hamilton County were recently recognized for their military service by Haven Hospice Veteran Volunteers. Jones served in the United States (U.S.) Air Force during the Korean War and retired after a 30-year military career. Lambert served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany during WWII. The Haven [...]
David Cannon, Gerald Willis, Richard Yates and Edwin Hug of Lake City were recently recognized for their military service by Haven Hospice Veteran Volunteers. Cannon served in the United States (U.S.) Air Force during the Gulf War. Willis served in the U.S. Coast Guard, Yates served in the U.S. Navy and Hug served in the [...]
Seven teams totaling 42 participants competed against each other in a game of Topgolf at the inaugural Battle of the Clubs to raise funds for Haven Hospice unreimbursed programs and services on the First Coast. During the event, Haven Hospice Counseling Support Services Manager Vonceil Levine shared a personal testimony from a family that recently [...]