Susie and her mom, Diane, had a very special relationship, which included a regular commitment to their competitive bridge club! As Diane’s health began to decline, she moved into assisted living. She had a few hospital stays and was eventually placed in hospice care, but she had some worries about her future. The hospice team helped improve her quality of life and relieved some concerns for the family. Diane was able to spend her final days with her family in her home at the assisted living facility in comfort, yet she still fretted. The family shared Diane’s concerns about death with the hospice chaplain. The chaplain counseled Diane and helped her identify and work through her concerns to a peaceful resolution. Following her passing, Susie and her sisters received gentle check-in calls from the hospice bereavement coordinator, assuring them that resources for grieving were available. Thank you for your unwavering generosity toward hospice. Your support empowers patients and their families as they navigate their journeys toward their final goodbyes.