Support the #HopeInMotion team at the 2019 Chisinau International Marathon!



On 29th September 2019, we invite you to run for the Hospices of Hope Moldova cause, choosing the distance you prefer: 5km, 10km, 21km or the full marathon 42km.

This year, our goal is to fundraise for a total of 500 home visits and we count on you to do it!

You can directly contribute to it by running*:

5km – you finance 1 home visit by fundraising 500 MDL.

10km – you finance 2 home visits by fundraising 1000 MDL.

21km – you finance 4 home visits by fundraising 2000 MDL.

42km – you finance 8 home visits by fundraising 4000 MDL.

* Please note that the fundraising does not include the entry fee to the Marathon, which varies according to the chosen race. This entry fee will be donated to Hospices of Hope Moldova which will deal with the registration process.

Fill up the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible and invite you to our trainings!

#HopeInMotion 2019

Check out some pictures from last year’s #HopeInMotion team!

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Hospices of Hope Moldova is a nonprofit organization, part of the Hospices of Hope Network, which launched the National Palliative Care Services Network “Hospices of Hope Moldova” in 2017. Our aim is to develop and improve access to palliative care services in different regions of the Republic of Moldova, for people suffering from incurable diseases.

So far, five mobile palliative care teams are part of our network: in Soroca, Ocnita, Orhei, Cahul and Taraclia. We are also the main importer and provider of stoma bags in the country and we offer regular trainings to the medical and social staff of our partner teams.

Since the launch of the Hospices of Hope Moldova National Network for Palliative Care Services in 2017, more than 1100 people benefit from quality palliative care services, while the multidisciplinary mobile teams in the regions of Cahul, Ocnita, Orhei, Soroca and Taraclia have made more than 28.000 home visits. Besides, more than 40 health professionals have been following trainings about palliative care, and more than 28.000 stoma bags and accessories have been imported and handed out within the Network.