Our supporters and volunteers change the world!
HopeWest, a non profit 501 (C) (3) organization, is owned by the communities it serves and led by more than 95 individuals serving on its Board of Directors and Advisory boards. One of the best examples of how you have changed the world is our HopeWest Hospice Care Center that was only made possible because of individuals and businesses who contributed more than $13 million dollars for its construction. They created a special and unique place where families can be together. Learn more about the services we can provide to your loved one.
One of our patients, Willie, spent most of his life in New Orleans and was feeling homesick recently until one day, his hospice team helped bring a little home to him and his wife right here in Grand Junction. Read More.
Four teens, one volunteer and two staff members braved the cloudy, rainy weather one weekend in August last year to attempt the steep climb up Mt. Handies, one of Colorado’s well known fourteeners! This was a feat they were not sure they were capable of facing, similar to the grief from losing a loved one. But they did it! They descended more confident than ever that they are strong and capable of overcoming one of life’s biggest challenges. Read More.
You help us be the very best at what we do...
Your support is the “wind beneath our wings” that is being recognized by others.
Christy Whitney, HopeWest President and CEO receives the RMHP Bruce Wilson Memorial Award
HopeWest receives the highest honor for a hospice organization in Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work
Two community members served by our innovative program, Living with Cancer, are pictured here. They shared their appreciation to the folks from United Way visiting our program. This program simply would not be possible without your support. Today, patients receive expert symptom management and 24 hour available support because of you. Learn more about our innovative programs.
You bring back smiles through HopeWest Kids, our comprehensive grief program serving children and teens. This picture was captured at our annual Camp Good Grief, a three-day camp in Cedaredge devoted to assisting more than 70 children coping with the loss of a loved one. Learn more about this life changing program.