Unique Opportunity to leave a Lasting Legacy
The naming of buildings, facilities and grounds for people and organisations that have contributed to the community is an honoured tradition, and St Vincent’s Hospital has, since its opening, named and recorded significant developments after individuals.
The rebuilding of the Caritas Christi Hospice is a rare opportunity for families, individuals and organisations to leave a lasting legacy.
This unique contribution creates a commemoration that is highly visible and enduring. The embrace of the community, represented in this way, will enrich the lives of those being cared for at Caritas Christi, at a vulnerable time in their lives.
We hope you will consider taking up this exclusive naming rights opportunity to make a lasting legacy at one of Melbourne’s most cherished care facilities.
Spaces available for naming rights
These are a selection of spaces available within Caritas Christi for naming. Please refer to the full list of naming right options in the spaces for naming document.
For further information please contact St Vincent’s Foundation CEO, Lyn Amy via mobile 0417 158 953 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each room is a modern, comfortable, supportive retreat, where care can be administered and the privacy of patients is assured. The rooms are large enough to provide ample space for families to visit and support their loved ones. Each patient's room opens up on to a private courtyard, which is a key feature of Caritas.
Dining and Family Room
The dining and family room provides a homely environment where patients can come together and share a meal. As much as possible the rooms at Caritas have been designed to have an intimate, appealing, non-institutional feel. Further, smaller family rooms are included throughout.
Function, Education and Group Room
The multi-function room provides a setting for social and communal activities and for group activities. It is also the ideal space for palliative care education, training and discussions to take place.
In addition to the private garden spaces accessed from patient rooms, there will be extensive garden and landscaped spaces for shared enjoyment. The central Caritas courtyard will be available for naming.