Do you feel called to support others? Consider being a Hospice Care volunteer. You’ll be part of a fellowship. You’ll reap the rewards of spirit that come with offering compassionate care to others.
Your main role as a volunteer will be patient and family support. Sometimes we need administrative, community outreach and fundraising support. Choose from a variety of volunteer opportunities to find what best fits your talents and schedule, so that you can best serve others.
Free, specialized training gives you confidence in your ability to help.
Until further notice, PBCH has suspended all fitness memberships, aqua classes, children’s swim lessons, ARC training, foot clinics and support groups following the CDC guidelines to limit exposure of Covid-19.
FREE HOSPICE VOLUNTEER TRAINING PROGRAM
- Tuesdays, 5 week Sessions (2-4pm and/or 4-6pm) (See calendar below)
This free program prepares you to help families who are caring for a loved one in their final stages of life. Most volunteers help 2-4 hours per month. Our hospice volunteers help in many ways including reading to clients, light housekeeping, walking the dog, or just relieving family caregivers to take a much needed break.
Other volunteers with Pemi-Baker Community Health sing and play instruments or visit with their therapy dogs. We notice a subtle shift in ourselves when we volunteer. We feel more connected to others, and we become less absorbed in the normal stresses of daily life. We share our experiences with others and want to help more. We volunteer because it makes a difference. Won’t you join us?
“The brightest stars are those who shine for the benefit of others”-Anonymous
For more information or to register please contact Lauren Bell, SW, Volunteer Coordinator 603-536-2232 x217 or email@example.com