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Over $6.3 Million in Renewable Energy Projects Spurred by “Solar for Good” Grants

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

As reported by Renew Wisconsin, Sam Dunaiski

The Solar for Good grant program has awarded over $450,000 in grants and solar panel donations to Wisconsin nonprofit organizations. Thirty-five nonprofits will install over 2,200 kilowatts of solar electricity, leading to more than $6 million in renewable energy investments in Wisconsin.

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Kari Potter Named Agrace’s Vice President of Human Resources

Monday, April 25, 2022

Agrace, a nonprofit, community-supported health care organization that provides personal care, supportive (palliative) care, hospice care and grief support to people across southern Wisconsin, has appointed Kari Potter as its vice president of human resources.

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Agrace Expands Team to Provide Support to New Hospice Service in Waukesha County

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Six Positions Added for In-home Care

Agrace, a Wisconsin-based nonprofit health care organization, has expanded its service area to include Waukesha County. Residents can access Agrace’s expertise in end-of-life care, supportive (palliative) care and grief support.

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Agrace to Hold Grand Opening for New Adult Day Center

Monday, April 11, 2022

Community Invited to April 26 Ribbon Cutting, Open House

With more than 40 years’ experience caring for people in southern Wisconsin who are in the final months of life, Agrace now has another way to improve local residents’ quality of life—a new adult day center in Madison.

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Early Goals-of-Care Talks Could Improve Hospice Access for Dementia Patients

Friday, April 8, 2022

As reported by Hospice News, Holly Vossel

Terminally ill patients suffering from dementia are more likely to receive life-sustaining treatments when children versus spouses were involved as decision-makers, according to recent research. The difference in end-of-life treatment choices suggests that more work needs to be done to ensure that surrogate decision makers and care teams are aware of patient preferences as early as possible.

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Hospices See New Opportunities in Adult Day Market

Thursday, April 7, 2022

As reported by Hospice News, Holly Vossel

More hospice providers are diversifying their business lines to include adult day services. Some hospices see these programs as an extension of their mission to support aging and chronically ill patients and their caregivers. Continue Reading…


Agrace holds first Giving Day to fund essential programs and services

Thursday, April 7, 2022

As reported by Channel 3000/News 3 Now

Agrace held its first Giving Day Wednesday, a 24-hour challenge to gain support. The money raised will help fund essential programs and services including grief support and training.

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Agrace to Hold First Giving Day April 6

Monday, April 4, 2022

If someone you know is aging, seriously ill, dying or grieving, they can turn to Agrace for support. A local, nonprofit, community-supported health care organization, Agrace is well-known for its hospice care and supportive (palliative) care services. People also rely on Agrace after the death of a loved one, because its community grief support is open to everyone—and Agrace relies on community donations to make this possible.

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Agrace Hires New Southwest Wisconsin Development Specialist

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

As reported by The Monroe Times

Agrace has hired Stephany Marten of Dodgeville as its new development specialist serving Iowa, Grant, Lafayette, Richland and Green counties. Agrace is a nonprofit, community-supported health care organization providing hospice care, supportive care, adult day services, senior care and grief support to people who are aging, seriously ill, dying or grieving in southern Wisconsin.

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