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At Heart of Hospice we are committed to honoring all veterans and their families who courageously defended the freedom of these United States. We understand that veterans and their families may have unique needs at the end of life and we strive to meet them where they are. We are a proud partner of We Honor Veterans and we are committed to serving our veteran community the way they desire to be served.
Our volunteers provide administrative support by helping with clerical functions and organizational activities
Our volunteers can provide direct support to patients and their families through help and companionship.
In order to expand the scope of our care and meet individual needs, Heart of Hospice offers unique services to patients, their caregivers and the community. Often, volunteers help with these specialty programs. These programs include:
Spending time with my patients and their families is a heartwarming and rewarding experience. I feel fortunate for the opportunities I have to pray for my patients, to listen to music with them or simply share a smile. Spending these precious moments truly hold great meaning to me as well as the patient
I love Volunteering for Heart of Hospice because I enjoy working in the office to help keep it organized and working on account executive projects. My pastor always says when you help others or do more for others it's a blessing. Thank you for letting me be a volunteer!
It’s a real joy any time I am able to help a client. Whether it’s just sitting with them and listening, making them feel that they still matter or saying a few words to bring a smile to their faces.
I like to volunteer at Heart of Hospice because I like to help others.
It’s an honor and a privilege to be a part of someone’s life at this time. I don’t think about sadness when I volunteer; I think about the joy I can bring to them…
Volunteering has been an amazing experience that has brought me closer to my faith.
Helping our clients & community. Being with people who are dedicated to helping our community & our patients. Just giving the caregivers a break.
The joy our dogs give each patient we visit. Talking with others about our pets/family members. Meeting the patients and know I am helping in some way.
When patients and caregivers thank me for coming to visit. Visiting with the caregivers and patients. Caregiving - Direct Care and helping people when they need it the most.
If you are ready to make a difference in the lives of patients and their family through gifts of compassion, please click here to apply to become a volunteer.