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Photo provided United Way Blackhawk Region announced that Beloit Regional Hospice's Palliative Care program has been approved to receive a community investment award. The program will be receiving $67,200 in funding for the 24 month-cycle beginning in 2019 and ending in 2021. "This substantial investment to our palliative care program ensures that individuals facing life-limiting illnesses have access to appropriate care resources, regardless of their ability to pay," said Deidre Bennett, Beloit Regional Hospice and Palliative Care Director. "We're very proud of the long-standing relationship with United Way Blackhawk Region and are glad they have always recognized the value in end-of-life care." Pictured are (from left): Molly Carl, palliative care RN; Trisha Fields, palliative care NP; Mary Fanning-Penny, CEO United Way Blackhawk Region; Bennett, and Larry Rogers, palliative care social worker.

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