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Release a Butterfly in Honor of a Loved one and Support Mission Hospital’s Hospice and Palliative Care Services

The community is invited to participate in a special Butterfly Celebration in honor or in memory of loved ones on Sunday, June 5 at 3 p.m.at Mission Hospital Laguna Beach (31862 Coast Highway, Laguna Beach). The Auxiliary of Mission Hospital Laguna Beach is hosting the event in support of hospice and palliative care services for terminally ill patients. Each participant will receive their own butterfly to release during the event. There will also be an additional 500 butterflies released by Chairs Patti Fouse and Leslie Wilhelm.

Laguna Beach Mayor Elizabeth Pearson and her butterfly from 2010's event.

Donations to the Butterfly Celebration benefit hospice care and fund special services such as music therapy and massage, an expanded bereavement program and sponsored care for those patients who are unable to pay for hospice services. Mission Hospital's dedicated care team includes specially trained chaplains, nurses, counselors, social workers and volunteers who work together to provide comfort and support to patients and their families through the difficult final stages of illness. With compassion and dignity, this team is committed to meeting each patient's physical, psychological and spiritual needs, helping them enjoy every minute they have with family and friends.

Although there is no charge to attend the event, donations are greatly appreciated. For more information on how to make a donation to the Butterfly Celebration or to RSVP to attend the event and release a butterfly in honor of a loved one, please contact Cyndi McCanne in the Foundation office at 365-2453.

About Mission Hospital Foundation
Mission Hospital Foundation supports and assists Mission Hospital through philanthropy. The Foundation embodies the Spirit of Giving by building lifelong relationships with community members and raising funds for Mission Hospital.

About Mission Hospital

Mission Hospital provides south Orange County communities with access to advanced care and advanced caring through two convenient locations. Mission Hospital has been serving the greater needs of the community for nearly 40 years, improving the quality of life in the communities it serves. Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, the region's only designated trauma center, offers 24-hour emergency care and specialized services for imaging, heart, stroke, maternity, and women's wellness needs. Mission Hospital Laguna Beach offers 24-hour emergency, intensive and medical-surgical care as well as the South County's only behavioral health services including hospital-based chemical and pain medication dependency treatment. CHOC Children's at Mission Hospital, located on the fifth floor of Tower 1, is the only dedicated pediatric hospital in Orange County. A member of the St. Joseph Health, Mission Hospital is one of 14 not-for-profit hospitals sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry. For more information, visit mission4health.com.

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