West Virginia Caring is holding its Annual Camp Caring, formerly Camp Nabe, on Saturday, August 3, 2019 at Camp Mountaineer on 187 Camp Mountaineer Road, off RT 119 in Morgantown, WV. The non-profit is accepting applications for campers who would like to attend this year’s camp.
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Meet in a supportive and confidential setting with others who have suffered the loss of a loved one through our community bereavement support groups. Group attendees will gain knowledge of helpful coping skills and gain insight into the grief process. We have community bereavement support groups located in: Monongalia County Marion County Wetzel County Preston […]
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ABOUT THE 10TH ANNUAL “HAVE A HEART” CAMPAIGN West Virginia Caring, formerly Hospice Care Corporation is kicking off its 10th Annual “Have a Heart” fundraiser to increase awareness and raise money for patients who need Advanced Illness Care services. The theme of this year’s campaign is “Give Local.” The campaign will run through the entire […]
This year marks the 30th annual golf tournament in honor of Dr. D.R. Davis, a local doctor who made a difference in the community. The tournament will be held at the Preston Country Club in Kingwood, WV on September 9, 2018. There are scheduled tee times at 8AM and 2PM. Due to the impending weather, […]
THE EVENT Children who have suffered the loss of a parent or loved one, along with family members or guardians, will be attending the July 10, 2018 Taylor Swift concert thanks to West Virginia Caring and its community partners. WV Caring (a non-profit hospice serving north central WV citizens) has embraced grieving children and teens […]
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