Memorial Donations & Gifts
Memorial donations can be a unique and special way to remember your loved ones. Your donation honors those who have died while helping to make a difference in the lives of others. Gifts to Pathways help ensure that hospice care and grief support are available to anyone in our community. Whether you make a gift in memory of a loved one or a general charitable contribution, all donations are tax deductible.
Memorial donations & gifts
Memorial donations may be made to Pathways as a charitable contribution or in memory of a loved one. Community support through donations and gifts enables Pathways to offer hospice care to anyone in need in our service area.
Donations can be made on-line through the link below, by phone, or by mail to the address listed below:
305 Carpenter Road
Fort Collins, CO 80525
If your donation is in memory of someone, please note the name of the loved one in the memo line of your check or on a separate piece of paper.
If you are making a memorial donation online, please include the name of the individual your gift is in memory of in the space provided. Pathways will send the family a letter acknowledging your memorial donation.
Thank you for your support!
The Gardens at Pathways
The Sculpture Garden
We invite you to remember your loved one with a personalized inscription on a brick paver at the Pathways Sculpture Garden, located at our administrative office/counseling center at 305 Carpenter Road, between Loveland and Fort Collins. Adding a brick to the garden is a beautiful way to memorialize a loved one.
Loveland sculptor Adam Schultz designed and created the “Compassion” sculpture; the work was commissioned by Carole Egger, former member of our Board of Directors, as a gift to Pathways.
Memorial contributions help provide much-needed support for our programs and services in our community. Please know that your contributions make a difference in the lives of those in need.
Honoring Veterans Garden
We invite you to honor a U.S. military veteran with a personalized inscription in the Honoring Veterans Garden. This is a unique and lasting tribute to acknowledge the service our distinguished veterans have provided to our country. Besides being a tangible way of honoring a veteran, donations help provide much needed support for the Pathways Hospice Honoring Veterans Program.
This program was developed to provide specialized care for veterans who may experience unique challenges at end of life as a result of their military involvement. The garden is an extension of this program and is an effort to recognize all U.S. military veterans.
Please know that your contributions make a difference in the lives of those who have served us and their families.
The Memorial Tree
As a tangible way of remembering patients who have died at the Pathways Hospice Care Center, we have “planted” a Memorial Tree. This art piece tree is located at the Pathways Hospice Care Center on the 3rd floor of the McKee Medical Center in Loveland, CO. Leaves can be inscribed with your loved one’s name and placed on the tree.
The Gazebo Garden
Designed and built in the late 1970’s, the Gazebo Garden is our original memorial garden. Listed are the names of hundreds of patients we have had the honor of providing service to since 1978, as well as names of donors who have supported our mission from our inception.
For questions regarding these memorial areas, please contact our Development Department at 970-663-3500.