Hospice of San Luis Obispo County is a local 501c3, non-medical, hospice - providing support for anyone experiencing the impact of a life threatening illness or grieving the death of a loved one.
Since 1977, Hospice SLO has touched the lives of thousands of individuals by providing support through grief counseling, respite care, support groups, community outreach, and resources for individuals caring for loved ones in their own homes. As a volunteer hospice organization, all Hospice SLO services are provided free of charge. This is made possible only through the support of donations and special events such as the ones below.
Your attendence at our events can be tax-deductible, Our Non-Profit Federal Tax I.D. No. is #95-3195126.
Mardi Gras Underground is presented by Hospice SLO County and Community Counseling Center. On Saturday, March 4, at the Park Ballroom from 7-10:30 pm this unique event will feature a New Orleans-style cuisine along with local libations, live musical entertainment, live and silent auctions will complement the energetic and fun atmosphere; add some colorful beads, costumes (optional), dancing and infectious merriment and Mardi Gras Underground will liven downtown Paso Robles.
Mardi Gras Underground is a charity event with all proceeds equally benefitting Community Counseling Center and Hospice SLO County, two local non-profit organizations providing services to the North County community through their shared office in Paso Robles.
We are thrilled to gather again with cycling enthusiasts and bike collectors in Paso Robles, California on April 8-10, 2016. Eroica California offers a most memorable cycling experience - a weekend of cycling entertainment, an ocean view ride with four route lengths, Festival, dinners and a Concourse d’Elegance showcasing vintage bikes. Cyclists participating in this event in 2015 gathered from 151 California Cities, 17 states and 10 countries.
The California Festival of Beers is one of the largest and oldest regional beer festivals in California. Each year attendees sample, learn, and enjoy beers from over six dozen breweries from around the world. Growing from a humble event in the back parking lot of a local pub in San Luis Obispo, the California Festival of Beers has become one of the largest and oldest festivals paying tribute to beer while supporting the free programs and services offered by Hospice SLO County.