Unity Hospice launches Wings of Gratitude in Celebration of World Gratitude Day

September 21, 2021

Green Bay, Wis. – Unity, Northeast Wisconsin’s nonprofit leader in hospice care, supportive palliative care and grief support, announces Wings of Gratitude Program.

In celebration of World Gratitude Day on September 21st, Unity Hospice is providing an opportunity for you to express gratitude for someone who has made a positive impact in your life.

“Wings of Gratitude is a unique program that promotes the celebration and appreciation of gratitude! This program offers people in our communities the opportunity to recognize those who have made a difference while also ensuring compassionate end-of-life care and grief support are available for all in our communities,” said Megan Schreck, Unity Development Manager.

Through Wings of Gratitude program, Unity invites you to submit a written message of appreciation or cherished memory, as well as a photograph, to honor the special person or people in your life. Your message will be published on Unity’s Wings of Gratitude website which you can easily share on Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Say “THANK YOU” to a colleague who helped you in a pinch, a neighbor who performed a good deed, a or a family member you want to show some much-deserved appreciation – anyone who has made a difference in your life!

Whether you honor or remember a family member, coworker, neighbor, friend or caregiver, your donation to Wings of Gratitude keeps their good gestures alive while making compassionate end-of-life care and grief support available for others throughout Northeast Wisconsin. Together, let’s live a life of gratitude and spread our colorful wings, allowing us to rise and fly higher.

To support Unity, the region’s only locally owned and operated nonprofit hospice agency, submit a message of gratitude by visiting UnityHospice.org/Wings-of-Gratitude

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.


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