"It Takes A Community"

Archived NCCH Articles

Compassion Home gets People Fund Grant


The Newaygo County Compassion Home has received a $14,775.00 grant from the Great Lakes Energy People Fund to help with the work on their new home in Fremont.


The grant has been used for the heating and cooling costs associated with the remodeling/construction at the 20 S. Stewart St. Fremont, Michigan location which is slated to open this fall.  Click image to read full article.



Our goal is to establish a home for the terminally ill by providing care for those in need.


We believe that it is best for people to die in the comfort of their own home but, for many reasons, some people cannot. For individual in these situations, family like care will be provided in our home. Any person with a terminal illness and in Hospice are welcome.   Click image to read full article.

WZZM One Good Thing; The Newaygo County Compassion Home


What a nice surprise the Compassion Home had today! Thank you WZZM TV 13.  IT TAKES A COMMUNITY!

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WZZM One Good Thing - Video Clip


Thank you Travis Lee! The Compassion Home very much appreciates you and all you do not only for the Newaygo County Compassion Home but for the community of White Cloud!

It takes a community!  Thanks WZZM 13!  Click on image to view the video.

A Passion For The Project


FREMONT-Newaygo County Compassion Home for the Terminally Ill, the county’s first full-service hospice home, has named Diane Rudholm as its first executive director.

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Gerber FCU colleagues support Newaygo County Compassion Home


FREMONT, MI (October 30, 2018) — Gerber Federal Credit Union employees raised a total of $1,818.32 for donation to the Newaygo County Compassion Home for the Terminally Ill. 

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NCCH To Host Open House


Tour the Compassion Home and speak to Board Members, Staff and Volunteer to learn more. Refreshments will be provided for visitor at St Josephs Catholic Church Community Hall located only a few steps away!  Click on image to read the full article.

There’s no place like the Compassion Home ~ Alice Flinton’s Home

 

The Newaygo County Compassion Home for The Terminally Ill opened its doors to Newaygo County residents on June 28, 2018. The support of the community started on day one, when the first home was donated by the family of Alice Flinton, a longtime resident of White Cloud.  Click on image to read the full article.