How Your Gift Helps

Make a difference in your Wyoming community.

As a nonprofit organization, Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions relies on the support of our community to provide our services. We're the only community-supported nonprofit hospice care program solely devoted to end-of-life care in the Casper, WY area. Your contribution goes a long way and has a tremendous impact on the lives of our patients and their families.

We cannot thank you enough for your continued support of our program. Giving to our program allows patients and their families to face death with dignity and comfort.

Planned Giving

Your future gift can make a big impact.

When you include Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions Program in your estate plan, your generosity provides quality end-of-life care for loved ones. Thank you for ensuring that CWHT can be a compassionate companion to our patients well into the future.

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Memorial Pavers

Engrave a paver to memorialize your loved one.

Remember a loved one or honor a special person by buying a paver engraved with the wording of your choice. Each paver will be positioned on the grounds surrounding Central Wyoming Hospice and will assist in fundraising efforts to ensure that other families receive support and care at the end-of-life.

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Wish List

The Wish List Program at Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions is a much-needed program that allows the community to donate necessities we have for everyday operations. We are very grateful to all of our supporters who have made this a successful program, and we appreciate everything that is donated.

If you would like to donate any of the following items or make a cash donation to help us purchase some of the larger items, you may mail or bring them to our Resource Center Administration Building, 319 South Wilson Street, Casper, WY 82601. Thank you for your generosity!

Contact us for the most current needs.

Call us at (307) 577-4832 or send us a message.

Special Requests

  • Baby monitor with camera for Home Hospice use

  • Dry Shampoo

  • Hairbrushes and hair ties

  • Air freshener

Patient Care

  • Nighttime eye ointment (Systane or similar)

  • Essential oils (citrus, spearmint)

  • Doterra Deep Blue lotion

  • Unscented body lotion

  • Women's nightgowns, small to 2XL (long and short sleeve)

  • Deodorant (full and personal size)

  • Men's shirts size 2X-3X (not white)

  • Seasonal nail art stickers (fall, winter, holiday)

  • Electric Nail Drill

  • Neck Pillows

  • Single-size black sheet sets

  • Donut Pillows

Office Supplies

  • White letter-sized envelopes, no window, gummed, not peel-off

  • Two-pocket paper folders with prongs

  • Packing tape

Kitchen Supplies

  • Dish soap

  • Disposable cups, plates, bowls

  • Pizza cutters

  • Ice-cream scoop

  • Butter shredder

  • Immersion blender

  • Handheld mixer

  • Measuring cups and spoons

General Supplies

  • Bird seed

  • Paper towels, Kleenex, toilet paper

  • Trash bags (all sizes)

  • Clorox wipes

  • Bottled water

Grief Care Books for Children

  • When Dinosaurs Die by Laurie Krasny Brown

  • The Memory Box: A Book About Grief by Joanna Rowland

  • The Goodbye Book by Todd Parr

  • Ida, Always by Caron Levis

  • The Invisible String by Patrice Karst

  • One Wave at a Time: A Story About Grief and Healing by Holly Thompson

  • The Heart and the Bottle by Olive Jeffers

Annual Report

Stewardship and Integrity are two of our core values at Central Wyoming Hospice & Transitions. Click below to view our latest Annual Report.

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