Business Support Opportunities

As a not-for-profit, community-based organization, Concord Regional VNA relies on the support of our community. We owe much of our success to donors who are truly our partners in caring. Without community support like yours, we would not be able to provide health care and education to the thousands we serve each year. Please consider showcasing your business by becoming a Concord Regional VNA partner today. 

All of the following offerings are part of our community benefits program designed to improve health and increase access to health care.

If you have any questions or would like to pledge your support, please contact Melissa Voutour, Director of Donor Relations, at (603) 731-7757 or melissa.voutour@crvna.org

 

2016/2017 Wellness Education

Aging Mastery Program® $2,500

Aging Mastery Program® is a nationwide program from the National Council on Aging that engages older adults in a fun and innovative way that empowers them to embrace their longevity and address their physical, financial, and emotional wellness. 

  • Recognition as supporter of the Aging Mastery Program® for 12 months (October 1-September 30)
  • Recognition on program collaterals, including business logo on fliers posted at host location, throughout Concord, and surrounding communities
  • Listing on Concord Regional VNA website with link to supporter's site
  • Acknowledgment in Concord Regional VNA Newsletters and e-newsletters sent to more than 6,700 local residents
  • Social media post

Dying to Talk Cafe $2,500

Dying to Talk Cafe is a monthly cafe where people breathe life into conversations about death and dying. Topics range from advance directives to grieving rituals and focus not on how we die, but on how we live. There are not grief support groups or end-of-life planning sessions but casual forums for people who want to discuss various topics. Each cafe is led by Concord Regional VNA Hospice staff and volunteers.

  • Recognition as supporter of Dying to Talk Cafe for 12 months (October 1-September 30)
  • Recognition on program collaterals, including business logo on fliers posted at host location, throughout Concord, and surrounding communities
  • Listing on Concord Regional VNA website with link to supporter's site
  • Acknowledgment in Concord Regional VNA Newsletters and e-newsletters sent to more than 6,700 local residents
  • Social media post

"Powerful Tools for Caregivers" $2,500

"Powerful Tools for Caregivers" is an evidence-based, nationwide program that helps empower family caregivers of older adults to take better care of themselves. This program benefits caregivers in learning tools to help reduce stress, improving caregiver confidence, establishing balance in your life, communicating your needs, making tough decisions, and locating helpful resources.

  • Recognition as supporter of "Powerful Tools for Caregivers" for 12 months (October 1-September 30)
  • Recognition on program collaterals, including business logo on fliers posted at host location, throughout Concord, and surrounding communities
  • Listing on Concord Regional VNA website with link to supporter's site
  • Acknowledgment in Concord Regional VNA Newsletters and e-newsletters sent to more than 6,700 local residents
  • Social media post

Walk-In Wednesday $2,500

Walk-In Wednesday is a monthly service for people to meet with a Concord Regional VNA Social Worker/Notary Public to discuss end-of-life wishes. The social worker/notary public is available to review advance directives, assist with completing the Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare and/or Living will, and provide information about our services and programs.

  • Recognition as supporter of Walk-In Wednesday for 12 months (October 1-September 30)
  • Recognition on program collaterals, including business logo on fliers posted at host location, throughout Concord, and surrounding communities
  • Listing on Concord Regional VNA website with link to supporter's site
  • Acknowledgment in Concord Regional VNA Newsletters and e-newsletters sent to more than 6,700 local residents
  • Social media post