If you have a passion for compassionately caring for others and are looking for a way to make a difference in the lives of patients facing a life-limiting illness, consider becoming a hospice volunteer. Hospice volunteers are an important part of our hospice care team and help to improve the quality of life for our patients, their families and their caregivers. To protect our patients and provide proper support to our volunteers, all volunteers must pass a background check and go through extensive training. Our goal is for every volunteer to be successful, so we will provide you the necessary tools to fulfill our mission of serving people with compassion and dignity.
We have opportunities for patient volunteers, office/administrative volunteers and professional volunteers.
Things that patient volunteers may do:
Things that office/administrative volunteers may do:
Professional patient volunteers are individuals that possess a specific skillset or qualification. Professional volunteers undergo the same rigorous clinical training, as well as additional training for areas of interest such as bereavement or grief counseling.
Things that a professional volunteer may do: