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It Starts With You.

​Volunteers originally started hospice and they continue to be a major part of hospice today. Year after year, they contribute time and energy to assist hospices by:

  • ​Responding to the needs of the patients, families, hospice staff, and the community.
  • Enhancing community understanding of healthcare through educational programs and outreach activities.
  • Volunteering/cost savings for hospice.
hospice volunteer

Who Can Volunteer?

  • ​​family members
  • social and spiritual friends
  • college students
  • retirees
  • ​​hospice patient families
  • local volunteer centers
  • people in support groups
  • health clubs
  • unemployed or prospective employees

Why Do People Volunteer?

​People volunteer for many reasons, such as:

  • ​helping others
  • making new friends
  • gaining personal growth
  • establishing new direction in life
  • giving something back to the community
  • sharing talents, abilities, and experiences
  • learning new skills
  • feeling needed, useful, and appreciated
  • a family member was treated in hospice

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this form..

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