Our council of faith traditions – active in community affairs since 1911 – is most pleased to support Joshua’s House in your hospice work that will serve our terminally ill homeless brothers and sisters who live and give in Greater Sacramento.
We agree with others that a hospice house is a much-needed addition to the continuum of care in our city and community. It seems to us that a lack of this care is immoral and ungodlike. No son or daughter of God ought to die on our streets without access to human care and brotherly/sisterly medical attention and love.
We are very pleased to add our voice of support to your approach allowing the poor, the sick and the needy, to die with dignity and respect. We pledge our support to you striving to make Joshua’s House a true reality here.
Respectfully and lovingly,
Jon B. Fish
Interfaith Council of Greater Sacramento