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Super One Foods, Community Support Solvay Hospice House

 
 


(Duluth, MN) December 6, 2016 – Super One Foods and its customers have joined together to give a record-setting gift to the Miller-Dawn Foundation in support of Solvay Hospice House, the region’s only end-of-life care facility. Eleven regional Super One stores offered paper ornaments available for purchase for $1 throughout the month of November. This year, the campaign raised more than $14,000, a new record and almost double the amount given last year. “We’re honored to partner with Super One and the Miner family on this annual campaign,” says Miller-Dwan Foundation president Traci Marciniak. “This year’s record-setting giving shows not only how generous our community is, but also how much the Solvay Hospice House is valued in our region.”

This was the ninth year of the ornament campaign, which has raised a total of almost $72,000, with 100 percent of the proceeds supporting Solvay Hospice House. Since opening in 2007, Solvay Hospice House and its compassionate caregivers have provided high-quality, dignified end-of-life care to hundreds of patients and their families from throughout our region.

Participating Super One Foods locations:

Paper ornaments were sold for $1 each.

Paper ornaments were sold for $1 each.

Duluth: Kenwood, Lakeside, Miller Hill Mall, Pike Lake, Plaza, West Duluth
Superior: East 2nd St., Oakes
Cloquet
Two Harbors
Hibbing

About Solvay Hospice House and the Miller-Dwan Foundation Solvay Hospice House brings the expertise of hospice care into the warm and welcoming environment of a home setting. It gives hospice patients and families a place that provides 24 hour, high-quality and compassionate end-of-life care. This attractive residence, located on 9.2 acres of wooded land on Baylis Street in Duluth, offers a meditation area, music room, sun room, and outdoor screened gazebo. Because patient comfort is paramount, the home also includes a spa room for gentle baths, aromatherapy and massage. Spacious private bedrooms include a large bathroom, exceptional patient beds, entertainment center, sleeper chair and comfortable seating, as well as sliding glass doors to private patios overlooking beautifully landscaped grounds. More than a building, Solvay Hospice House is a vision of respect for everyone at the end of life. Miller-Dwan Foundation owns Solvay Hospice House and is committed to continued stewardship for both the home and the care of patients. The care within Solvay is provided by Essentia Health St. Mary’s Hospice. To learn more visit www.mdfoundation.org or www.solvayhospicehouse.org.

 

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