Become a Volunteer
Volunteers help form the heart of hospice. Their dedication and compassionate care support the well being of our patients and their families in immeasurable ways, completing the professional circle of hospice care.
Trained and certified hospice volunteers provide an average of 4 hours per week of non-medical aid and support, including the following:
- Emotional support to patients and caregivers
- Respite care to allow caregivers time to themselves
- Assistance with light household chores, errands, family concerns, or funeral arrangements
- Help with errands
- Grief support following the death of a loved one
If you are interested in becoming a hospice volunteer, please contact our volunteer department.
For more information, please review the Hospice Volunteer documents below.
From Our Volunteers
“It was probably one of the most honest and non-judgmental relationships without expectations that I have ever been privileged to have. And it’s made me a much better person.” —Lora Larrivee
Please watch our Gift of Volunteering video...
Hospice Volunteer Relationship
Volunteers, The Heart of Hospice
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