Sponsorship & Advertising

Program Sponsorship Information Overview

Thank you for your interest in Hospice Foundation of America’s programs. Below is a list of the many ways you can partner with us to reach a large audience of hospice and other end-of-lfe care professionals.

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Monthly E-Newsletters
The second week of each month, HFA circulates an E-newsletter to approximately 9,279 allied professionals throughout the hospice continuum of care. The recipients include nurses, case managers, social workers, bereavement counselors, administrators, educators, volunteers and other individuals with interest in issues surrounding end-of-life care and bereavement.
Now in its 16th year of circulation, HFA E-News includes a letter from our CEO, upcoming programs and continuing education opportunities, and useful links to outside resources for both professionals and consumers. Each month, the “Focus on” section looks at a wide range of issues impacting professionals and caregivers; includes interviews with professionals, EOL issues in the news, highlights new initiatives by other organizations, or looks at specific topics of interest in hospice care, palliative care and grief.
Monthly Circulation: 9,279

Journeys Print Newsletters
Journeys is a monthly publication distributed to grieving families and individuals that offers support and practical advice on coping with loss. Each month, Journeys features articles written by grief and bereavement experts in an easy-to-read style that speaks to the many different aspects of the grieving process.
HFA also offers special issues of Journeys for specific aspects of grief, including Newly Bereaved, Anniversary of a Loss, Winter Holidays, and Loss of a Child. This publication is available for individual subscription and also circulated through community hospice bereavement programs.
Monthly Circulation: 50,000

Webinar Programs
HFA offers several ongoing webinar programs, available to both individuals and organizations. Each webinar program features experienced professionals offering their own expertise on the topic. On the screen, participants will see the slide presentation and will be able to hear the experts talking and presenting. The live program also provides attendees with the opportunity to email the experts questions that they will discuss and answer during the program’s Q & A session. Each webinar program is archived and available for up to a year after its initial live air date.
Previous webinar series include topics dealing with:
  • Grief and Loss
  • Support Groupss
  • Practical Strategies for Clinicians
  • Bereavement Camps

Average Attendance per Program:
96 Individual Registrations
56 Organizations*
*Organizations have a range of anywhere between 2 to 200 attendees per viewing location.