Alive Winter Newsletter 2022
Published on December 16, 2022
There’s Still Time to Give
It was a wonderful holiday season at Alive with holiday meals, lighting of the residences, and gifts for patients and families. Our donors and volunteers help make this time special for families who may be spending their last holiday together. Have you had a chance to give yet in support of our patients and families? If you haven’t, there’s still time to donate.
Kimberly Goessele, Alive President and CEO
Keep scrolling to learn more about our 30th Anniversary of Alive & The Bluebird and to read stories from the community!
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Alive & The Bluebird Ticket Presale 12/23
We’re kicking off our 30th season of Alive & The Bluebird on January 3 at The Bluebird Cafe! This year’s artist lineup includes Tom Douglas, Kathy Mattea, Brett Young, Liz Rose, The Warren Brothers, and more. Presale tickets go on sale via The Bluebird Cafe on December 23. Join us for shows every week ending on February 4 – don’t miss out on one of our favorite annual events and most important fundraisers. Check our event page for more details.
Ticket details: Weekday show tickets go on sale one week prior; weekend shows go on sale the Monday of that same week.
Interested in becoming an Alive & The Bluebird sponsor?
Learn about becoming an event sponsor.
Legacy Interview with John Christian Phifer
John Christian Phifer grew up on a farm in West Tennessee with Mother Nature “as a babysitter.” This early and deep connection to the natural world inspired him to found an organization dedicated to green burial and land conservation, right here in Middle Tennessee. Read more.
Murfreesboro Residence Reopens with 6 New Rooms!
We’re happy to announce we’ve reopened our Murfreesboro inpatient unit November 2. We are grateful to all the donors who made this expansion possible, so we can better serve patients in the Murfreesboro area! Read more.
Volunteer Spotlight: Debbie Haskell & Drake
Debbie Haskell brings her therapy dog, Drake, to the Nashville residence every Monday morning. The pair came together at a time when they were both grieving.
Visit AliveHospice.org/News to see more stories from the holidays!
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