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Committed to supporting patients and their loved ones with exceptional care, compassion, and dignity.
Thanks to generous support from businesses, organizations, and individuals, Hope Hospice has been able to serve the Tri-Valley and neighboring East Bay communities for 40 years.
At this special celebration luncheon, you will hear how your dollars are working to support our key programs that serve local hospice families and the community at large. Our staff is eager to share our achievements and future goals with you.
Due to growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19 and our desire to reduce any risk to our guests, staff, and volunteers, we have made the decision to postpone the By Your Side luncheon. We have moved this event to Thursday, October 15, 2020.
Check-in and reception 11:30 a.m.–12 p.m.
Program 12–1:30 p.m.
You will enjoy a gourmet lunch in the exquisite ballroom at Castlewood Country Club located at 707 Country Club Circle, Pleasanton, CA 94566. Click here for directions.
Parking is complimentary; self-service. The lot is located adjacent to the main building, which houses the ballroom.
Please note that we have postponed this event to October 15, 2020.
Our base ticket is $75 per seat; tables of 10 are $700. Your total donation is tax-deductible except for $50 per seat. Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, IRS Tax ID 94-2576059.
Donors of $1,000 and above will be recognized in the printed event program if reservations are received by September 15.
Kuljeet Multani, MD
Board certified in palliative care and family medicine, Dr. Multani is one of Hope’s Associate Medical Directors and is also a palliative care physician with Palo Alto Medical Foundation and a hospitalist at Stanford Health ValleyCare in Pleasanton.
Dr. Multani will discusss the evolution of hospice care, its benefits to both the patient and family members, and considerations for choosing the right time to begin hospice.
Mayor David Haubert
Mr. Haubert has served nearly 20 years in a variety of capacities in the public service sector. He is the current Mayor of the City of Dublin, where he has pioneered efforts to reduce residential density, invest in the city’s aging parks, and attract new businesses to the region.
Hope will honor two individuals who were instrumental in the founding and development of Hope Hospice. Their vision, dedication, and long-time service helped nurture Hope’s mission to support patients and their loved ones with exceptional care, compassion, and dignity at the end of life.
Peter P. Wong Legacy Award
For this inaugural year, we will present this eponymous award to the family of the late Peter P. Wong, MD, who volunteered his time as Hope’s first medical director, and stayed with us for over 30 years.
Richard L. Martin Service Award
Richard “Dick” Martin was Hope’s founder and our first chaplain and volunteer coordinator, critical in rallying volunteer support in Hope’s early days. Members from his family will accept on his behalf.