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Niagara Hospice's Bolt promoted to special events coordinator

Thu, Jan 3rd 2019 01:05 pm

2019 Niagara Hospice special events schedule now available  

Niagara Hospice has promoted Allison Bolt to the position of special events coordinator. In her new role, she will oversee all of the organization’s special events and fundraising activities as well as manage the special events department staff. 

Bolt joined Niagara Hospice in February 2013 as a volunteer coordinator. In 2017, she transferred over to the special events department as the events specialist in July 2017.

A graduate of Niagara University with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality and tourism management, Bolt is a resident of the City of Lockport.

Bolt and her staff are already planning for Niagara Hospice’s signature special events schedule for 2019, which includes the following:

•Spring Bouquet Sale, March 4-10 (pre-sales started Jan. 2).
•Hospice Grand Fondo Bicycle Ride, Saturday, June 15.
•20th annual Jack Beatty Memorial Cruise & Clambake, Friday, July 12.
•Memorial Butterfly Release, Saturday, July 20.
•Mighty Niagara Half-Marathon and Hospice Dash 5K, Saturday, Sept. 21.
•Cocktails & Cash, October TBD.
•Light a Life Memorial Tree Lighting, Dec. 5.         

For more information on Niagara Hospice services and upcoming special events, visit NiagaraHospice.org or call 716-HOSPICE.

About Niagara Hospice:
Since 1988, Niagara Hospice, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, has provided end-of-life comfort, care and support to more than 25,000 Niagara County individuals and families faced with terminal illnesses. Patients receive hospice care in the location and manner that offers the most comfort, and it is appropriate for any advanced stage illness where the prognosis is six months or less. Patients with exclusively Medicaid coverage can receive care for 12 months. Every person has access to hospice care regardless of ability to pay. For more information, visit NiagaraHospice.org or call 716-439-4417.


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