Midwest Palliative & Hospice CareCenter

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Make a Gift

Help us enhance quality and comfort for our end-of-life patients and their families with a meaningful gift. Our Promise: We believe every person’s life is unique and valuable, and they deserve to have their best possible day today!

Why give?

Your gift helps us keep our promise to every patient and family member. Every day, we provide programs and services not reimbursed by insurance or Medicare, costing over $2 million.


It takes 6,000 donors to raise $2 million to support families in need of end-of-life care.

This care includes unreimbursed programs and services like:

  • Grief support
  • CampCare
  • Music Therapy
  • Music Thanatology
  • Transition Care
  • Professional and Community Education
  • Veteran support
  • Charity Care
  • Expressive Therapies: Massage and Art
  • Interfaith services

Your gift can help us fill the gap between the cost of the care we provide and the reimbursement we receive.

Midwest Care Center is a nonprofit, community-based 501(c)(3) healthcare organization, making your contribution tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

Donate now by using our convenient and secure online form or by downloading and printing our donor form.

Ways to give.

Make a donation. Your gift can be made in memory or in honor of someone if you wish, and they or their family will be notified according to your directions.

Other giving options.

You might consider making a gift of stock, remembering Midwest CareCenter in your will or donating real or personal property. For more information, contact us at (847) 556-1605 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Make your gift count twice.

New and increased gifts will be matched by an anonymous donor.

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