Stories

Betty Hungerford: A Beloved and Revered Community Treasure

Betty Hungerford: A Beloved and Revered Community Treasure

  January 12, 2022

By Janice Black: Historically, women have been agents of change through the donation of their time and passion. Over the past several decades, women have moved into the forefront of social transformation by galvanizing their philanthropic power. With each step into a leadership role, women have inspired others to join…

Homeland Creates a Culture of Teamwork and Fun

Homeland Creates a Culture of Teamwork and Fun

  December 28, 2021

Over the years, Homeland has learned that bringing together a talented group of professionals working toward a shared mission results in a successful workplace. Providing opportunities for employees to get to know each other outside of their job duties builds a team and creates a culture of compassion and friendship….

Homeland Participates in Wreaths Across America Day

Homeland Participates in Wreaths Across America Day

  December 17, 2021

Every day, hundreds of people drive by the Dauphin County Cemetery, also known as a potter’s field, not knowing the importance of this humble site or the stories of the people buried there. A simple stone with the words “Every life has a story” marks the entrance to the cemetery….

Telling the Story of One’s Life: Homeland Hospice Launches My Life, My Legacy Program

Telling the Story of One’s Life: Homeland Hospice Launches My Life, My Legacy Program

  November 22, 2021

We all have a story to tell filled with memories and experiences of our life. Like a good book, our story is cataloged into chapters, with recollections of our childhood, youthful dreams, careers and families of our own. These memories can fade quickly with the passage of time. To honor…

Finding Creative Methods for Channeling Grief: Meet Amy Zecha

Finding Creative Methods for Channeling Grief: Meet Amy Zecha

  November 18, 2021

With a stitch of a needle or stroke of a paintbrush, Amy Zecha of Harrisburg is finding creative methods for channeling her grief following the death of her mother Angelyn. With the help of Homeland Hospice’s bereavement program, Amy has found productive ways to discuss her grief and reconnect with…

Kindness and End of Life

Kindness and End of Life

  November 12, 2021

World Kindness Day, celebrated annually on November 13, promotes the importance of being kind to each other, to yourself, and to the world. It is a reminder that compassion for others is what binds us all together. When working with patients through their end-of-life journey, compassionate guides and partners are vital….

Events

2022 Homeland Hospice 5K and Memory Walk

2022 Homeland Hospice 5K and Memory Walk

October 22, 2022
8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Rossmoyne Business Center

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