The Venango VNA Foundation

The Venango VNA Foundation is a private and nonprofit corporation that raises funds to assist the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County patients who don’t have the resources to pay for home health care services and to underwrite numerous community programs and projects.

Our goal is to support the Visiting Nurses Association of Venango County in several ways such as, funding for patients in need, purchasing patient equipment, and charity care.

We do more than just support patients. We also are involved in our community’s youth. The following are bereavement camps that are funded through the Foundation: Camp Good Grief, Horses for Healing, and Hope for the Holidays. All camps are open to any child and/or teen in the area who is coping with grief.

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Sharing the Blessing

As pastor on our hospice team, I have had numerous opportunities to connect with family members at the funeral home. Whether it is by leading the memorial service or visiting with family members during the calling hours, it has been an honor to extend sympathies to the family on behalf of our entire hospice team. I do not take that responsibility lightly because I know that in the course of the time they spend with our patients, our nurses, social workers, aids, volunteers, and pastor become very close to our patients and their families. That genuine feeling of caring service is also exemplified by those who speak to our hospice families over the phone from the office.
Our hospice team has regular meetings where we discuss our patients’ individual needs in an effort to coordinate efforts to provide the best care that we can. I am privileged to have the opportunity …