Pearlie wished to have a photo of her home in Birmingham, AL, since she was unable to travel there.
Pearlie’s final wish was to visit her home in Birmingham, AL. She lived in this home for more than fifty years before her health condition made it necessary to move in with her sister. Due to not being able to travel, one of the Covenant Care Clinical Managers, Angie, happened to be going to Birmingham the next day. When Angie heard of Pearlie’s wish, she without hesitation offered to drive to Pearlie’s beloved home and take a picture so Pearlie could see her home, every day.
Thanks to a Wish Grantor, we were able to print the photo and have it nicely framed for Pearlie. When we presented the photo to Pearlie, she was overcome with emotion and kept saying, “That’s my home, that’s my home.”
Betty’s Visit Home
Betty’s wish is to return home for a final visit with her son and his family.
Betty is from Newburyport, a small town outside of Boston. She would like to travel there to spend precious time with the ones she loves. She said, “Newburyport is so beautiful this time of year, I would relish the opportunity to enjoy it with my son and his family.”
Her wish is to return home to visit with her young granddaughter, son, and his wife one final time.
Charlotte’s wish is to visit with her daughter, one final time.
The mother-daughter relationship is one of the strongest and complex bonds in the world. It is considered one of the most powerful connections in nature that only mothers and daughters understand and share among themselves. Charlotte, a Covenant Hospice Care patient, wishes to make one last powerful connection with her daughter. With your donation, you can help Charlotte’s daughter make a visit to see her mother.
Lorraine’s wish is to be pampered one final time. Frequently, it’s the little things that seem to lift one’s spirits in a time of crisis.
Always an independent person, Lorraine has recently felt isolated due to her inability to drive anymore because of her health.
Her children mentioned how much she enjoyed getting her hair done, and thought it might lift her spirits. When they discussed the idea with Lorraine, she loved the idea and said, “When you look good, you do feel good.” Lorraine’s oldest son Sean added, “My mother never really took much time for herself, she has always focused on helping my brothers and chasing after her grandkids. I know the opportunity to be pampered will lift her spirits.”
With your gift, you can help lift Lorraine’s spirits.