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Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice is involved in a number of special events throughout the year to raise money, help the community, and raise awareness of our services.events

The Freedom Run 5K on the 4th of July every year is our largest event in Evergreen, CO. Featuring a beautiful 5K walk/run course in the breathtaking Hiwan area, with a big July 4th celebration afterwards. This event is fun for the whole family, even the dogs!

Benefit Gala held in late February each year, our Benefit Gala features dinner, dancing, a beautiful silent auction and the amazing company of compassionate people like you! This event is not-to-be missed!

Ellie’s Evening: In 2011, Willow Creek Restaurant in Evergreen put on the first “Ellie’s Evening” fundraiser in memory of owners Kristopher and Curtis Lincoln’s daughter Ellie, who died at age 2. In 2012, Ellie’s Evening raised over $25,000 and each year the event raises more for Mount Evans Home Health Care and Hospice! We couldn’t do it without your support!

Slacker Half-Marathon: Mount Evans volunteers assist at the Slacker’s Half-Marathon in late June (a downhill race run from Loveland to Georgetown), and we are one of the race’s three nonprofit beneficiaries.

Under A Summer Moon: This signature event features an evening of fine wine and marvelous cuisine under the full August moon, with ten of Colorado’s premier chefs. Each chef will prepare a five-course gourmet feast tableside for a party of ten guests.Under A Summer Moon Chefs

Upcoming Volunteer Orientation/Training: Nov.6, 8, and 10 from 9am – 1pm at Mount Evans Office: Day 1 is an overview of Mount Evans and the services we provide. Good for anyone wanting to know more about us and has an interest in volunteering in a non-clinical capacity (events, office, etc.). Day 2 and 3 are more in-depth about hospice, the bereavement process, spirituality, boundaries and the dying process. All 3 days required for those wanting to volunteer with patients or clients. Space is limited – RSVP to Kathy Kayser at 303-674-6400.