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This page is dedicated to our charity, Merrimack Valley Hospice and the Merrimack Valley Hospice House.
 

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The fullfillment of a dream is never attained simply through wanting. Patience, hard work, perserverance and, most importantly, the commitment of believers is what turns a dream into reality. We are greatful for the many friends and believers throughout the community who supported this exciting journey to establish the Merrimack Valley Hospice House.

East Coast Camaro Club Wraps Up 2014 with Annual Donation to Merrimack Valley Hospice

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Gathering for the annual gift by the East Coast Camaro Club are: Christine Scaplen of Home Health Foundation, members of the East Coast Camaro Club board David and Michelle Jelley, George Giroux, Gary and Anne Rich, Carol and Bill Douglas, Lorrie Brodeur, Louie Nocca, and Donna Deveau of Home Health Foundation.                            

December 31, 2014 – Lawrence, MA – Governing board members of the East Coast Camaro Club (ECCC) presented Merrimack Valley Hospice with a check for more than $8,000, the proceeds from their ever-popular All Vehicle Car Show held each August. The donation will help support patient care and bereavement services for those in the community as they face end-of-life challenges in their own homes or at Merrimack Valley Hospice House in Haverhill.

 

For almost two decades, the ECCC has hosted the largest third-party fundraiser for Merrimack Valley Hospice. “Hospice has provided care to so many in our community, including members of our club, our families and our friends,” says George Giroux, president of East Coast Camaro Club. “We are proud to be able to support local people who are facing this critical time and the professionals of Merrimack Valley Hospice who deliver this special kind of care to them.” 

 

“We are so grateful for the generosity of all who come out to the annual event by the East Coast Camaro Club,” says John Albert, President and CEO of Home Health Foundation and Merrimack Valley Hospice.


“The Club does such a great job in making it a fun day, as well as helping raise awareness for the unique resources available through our services.  That is what makes a third-party event so meaningful to us and the people who are involved.”

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