Community Calendar Event

Day of the Dead Community Memorial Service

Presented by: Hospice Help Foundation

Join Hospice Help Foundation in celebrating the third annual Day of the Dead Community Memorial Service! The event will be held at the Atlantic Grill in Rye, NH, from 5:30 - 8pm Friday, November 1, 2019.

Our Day of the Dead Community Memorial Service is a unique opportunity for people to come together to honor and celebrate dear friends and family who have passed, while also supporting the work of Hospice Help Foundation. Guests will take part in a communal toast, raising a glass in remembrance of those who have passed, and commemorating them with a moment of silence. Tickets include a free drink for all to take part in the communal toast, a memorial reading of names, live music, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and great prizes! 

All proceeds benefit Portsmouth, NH based Hospice Help Foundation, which provides critically needed financial support to hospice patients of all ages and from all backgrounds who live below the poverty level. Funds raised will help to cover essential needs including rent, utilities, food, home repairs, transportation, and modest last wishes; bringing dignity, comfort, and joy to hospice patients’ final days, and allowing them to focus on what realy matters at the end of life.

Hospice Help Foundation receives no state or federal funding and relies on the generosity of private individuals to help some of the most vulnerable members of the community. This is their most important fundraiser of the year. For more information visit www.hhelpfoundation.org.

Tickets can be purchased securely online and are $60 per person in advance and are $70 after October 18 and at the door. You may also purchase tickets by calling Marsha Filion at 603-766-0444 or emailing marsha@hhelpfoundation.org

 

Date: Friday, November 1, 2019 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: Atlantic Grill

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