Community Hospice Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness to support the patients and families of Community Hospice, announces the appointment of two community leaders to its Board of Directors.
Joining the Community Hospice Foundation Board for an initial three-year term is Steven Pinedo of Pinedo Financial Services and Mitchell Kudler of Audi Modesto.
Pinedo has been helping people improve their financial needs for 21 years. He specializes in growing budgetary foundations for investors looking to build financial security. His passion is to share his resources with people who want to transform their money problems into money matters. Pinedo is originally from Turlock and has his professional office in Modesto.
Kudler has a passion for helping those in the community. With a comprehensive background of more than 35 years in the automotive industry, Kudler serves as the General Manager for Audi Modesto. He has spent the past three years in Modesto learning and collaborating with the community building partnerships with many businesses and assisting charities like Community Hospice with Golf Tournaments and special events.
“We are thrilled to have Steven and Mitchell join our Community Hospice Foundation and our outstanding board of volunteer leaders to lend their expertise in moving us forward,” said Francine Foley, Community Hospice Foundation Executive Director. “We are thankful they have chosen Community Hospice Foundation as their non-profit to share their time and talents.”
The Community Hospice Foundation is a charitable organization established in 2001 to raise funds and awareness for Community Hospice.
Community Hospice is a nonprofit, community-based hospice agency, serving the Central Valley since 1979. Community Hospice embraces individuals and families facing life-changing journeys, enhancing quality of life for all. Care extends to over 2,000 patients and families every year in private homes, skilled nursing facilities and at the 16-room Alexander Cohen Hospice House. Community Hospice also provides palliative care, grief and mental health support. For more information, call 209-578-6300 or visit give.hospiceheart.org.