Crescent Cove’s support for families will expand to pediatric hospice care
See the MINNPOST article from February 8th, 2017 here
A peaceful place for children to live – and to die
Crescent Cove’s pediatric hospice and respite home in Brooklyn Center will be the state’s first. See the February 6, 2017 Star & Tribune article here
Crescent Cove on CCX Cable Channel 12
On February 6, 2017 Crescent Cove Founder, Katie Lindenfelser, appeared on CCX Channel 12 News. The Crescent Cove feature can be found here. Thank you Cable Channel 12 for sharing our goal to open the hospice on Twin Lakes by the Fall.
Crescent Cove on KTIS Radio
Crescent Cove Founder, Katie Lindenfelser, was featured on KTIS and Faith Radio on June 18th and 19th, 2016. If you would like to hear the complete interview, please click here.
Crescent Cove Featured in Star Tribune
Crescent Cove was featured in an article in the Star Tribune on 12/5/15. If you would like to read the article on their website click here.
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Crescent Cove is hiring a full-time Development Director!
The Director of Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising including individual philanthropy, sponsorships, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources. Specifically, the Director of Development will provide leadership and direction for major gifts, the structure for and the implementation of a capital campaign. This individual will work to grow and manage a portfolio of individual donors capable of making major or capital gifts. The Director of Development will identify, cultivate, solicit and steward those benefactors.
To apply or to find out more please click here!
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Crescent Cove was featured on MPR on 10/28/15. If you would like to read the article on their website click here.
Many children with life-limiting conditions lack adequate support when nearing the end of their lives. “There is relatively little awareness of the need for children’s hospice services,” Lindenfelser says. “Many people assume that there are options available for these families, while the reality is that there aren’t.”
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