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Your Sponsorship. 
Their Dignified Journey.

Your sponsorship isn't just an are supporting a dignified journey, creating cherished memories for families through heartfelt care and compassion. 

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Sponsor Benefits


Community Engagement

Boost awareness as a socially compassionate organization, emphasizing community commitment.

Brand Visibility

Expand your presence and gain exposure to thousands in the Albuquerque Metro Area.

Prominent Brand Placement

Receive brand placement on marketing materials, both digital and print.

Connect with Presbyterian

Enjoy insider opportunities for growth and connection, including other philanthropic initiatives.

Partner With Us

Your sponsorship will help ensure that more than 300 people annually can have an end-of-life setting that is comfortable, peaceful, and dignified.

That is, truly, a gift for generations.


You deserve flowers.
They deserve dignity. 

Daffodil Days will be held March 21-22, 2024 benefitting the Presbyterian Robert Wertheim Hospice House. The Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation will be selling and distributing fresh-cut daffodils in the Albuquerque metro area. 

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Partner With Us

Partnering with Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation provides the opportunity for businesses and organization to position themselves as socially responsible community members by activating unique brand exposure and alignment with other philanthropic, compassionate community leaders.

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No Place Like Home

The Robert Wertheim Hospice House offers patients and families comfort in a homelike setting. Care focuses on helping patients be as comfortable as possible when medical intervention is no longer possible or desired. Families can convene with their loved ones during this delicate, cherished time giving them time and space to reflect, reminisce, and connect with each other.

This one-of-a-kind facility in central New Mexico is a home operated by Presbyterian Hospice and the committed support of $500,000 annually to be raised by Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation for operations.

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