Culver's Gives Back to Unity Hospice to Celebrate National Hospice and Palliative Care Month

October 18, 2021

Green Bay, Wis. – Since opening the doors of the first restaurant in 1984, Culver’s® has been committed to being an active member in its local community. On Wednesday, November 3rd, five Culver’s locations in Brown County will carry on that tradition by donating 10% of its sales to raise funds for nonprofit Unity Hospice. Unity and Culver’s encourages the public to dine-in or carry-out during the hours of 4-7pm at the following participating locations in celebration of National Hospice and Palliative Care Month:

  • Culver’s of De Pere – 1499 Lawrence Drive
  • Culver’s of Green Bay – 1219 W Mason Street
  • Culver’s of Green Bay – 2945 Voyager Drive
  • Culver’s of Green Bay – 909 Hansen Road
  • Culver’s of Suamico – 1820 Velp Ave

National Hospice and Palliative Care Month is a time to celebrate the philosophy of person-centered care that brings hope, dignity and compassion when patients and families need it most.

“Coping with a serious illness can be overwhelming. Most individuals want to be surrounded by family and friends, wherever they call home, with their pain and other symptoms managed. Many don’t know where to turn for help. Fortunately, high quality care and support at the end of life is available and it’s covered by Medicare and most private insurance plans. It’s called hospice. With the help of hospice, patients and families alike can focus on what’s most important – enjoying life together and living as fully as possible,” stated Unity Executive Director, Alisa Gerke.

Culver’s support of Unity, the region’s only locally owned and operated nonprofit hospice agency, is just part of its dedication to giving back to the community. From Culver’s founders to locally owned and operated restaurants, each franchise partner and team member understands the importance of serving those in need.

“We’re proud to call Green Bay home and doing our part to help just feels right,” said Dianne Mayer. “We strive to make a difference in the community we share with so many others and working with Unity Hospice allows us to help support individuals and families in our area.”

If you or a loved one are facing a serious or life-limiting illness and could use support, contact Unity Hospice at 920-338-1111 or visit


About Unity

Unity is a nonprofit provider of hospice care, supportive care, nonmedical home care and grief support across 13 counties throughout Northeast Wisconsin. A continuation of Bellin Hospice, Wisconsin’s first hospice program and the nation’s third, Unity is a partnership of Bellin Health, HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center and HSHS St. Vincent Hospital. A true pioneer in caring for those coping with serious illness and end-of-life, Unity continues to lead the industry launching the state’s first palliative care program in 2002 and the area’s first hospice residence in 2007. As the only locally owned and operated nonprofit hospice agency in the region, Unity is the sole provider of inpatient hospice at seven area hospitals including Bellin Health, HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center and HSHS St. Vincent Hospital. Unity’s partnerships with area skilled nursing facilities, assisted-living facilities and pharmacies ensure seamless care in all settings.

About Culver’s
For over 30 years, Culver’s® guests have been treated to cooked-to-order food made with farm-fresh ingredients and served with a smile. The ever-expanding franchise system now numbers over 700 family- owned and operated restaurants in 25 states. The restaurants’ nationally recognized customer service is based on small-town, Midwestern values, genuine friendliness and an unwavering commitment to quality. Signature items include the award-winning ButterBurger®, made from fresh, never frozen beef, and Fresh Frozen Custard, including the famous Flavor of the Day program. For more information, visit,,,

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