“I’m past retirement age, but my volunteer job gives me a purpose and an activity to look forward to each week. The people are wonderful and I get a lot of personal satisfaction out of my involvement.“
– Faye Pellett, Volunteer
Making a Difference in the Lives of Others
Knowing your volunteer time is making a difference in the lives of other people is always gratifying, but our volunteers often say they get back more than they give. New friendships, skills and perspectives make the HeartsWay Hospice volunteer experience particularly rewarding.
Volunteers are needed to:
- Help patients and families with their non-medical needs such as companionship, transportation and help with errands.
- Contact family members who have lost loved ones to offer your compassion and emotional support.
- Help with our office work and fundraising efforts.
Click below to Contact Rex Fennell, Coordinator of Volunteer Services, to learn more about the most rewarding and challenging volunteer opportunity available.
“Hospice only served my husband for a short time, but I was impressed with their handling of our situation. Everyone was so sweet and nice. We had no insurance, but they took good care of us and I wanted to give something back. When I went to a Care and Share Meeting they said I was a natural caregiver and suggested volunteering. I’m glad they did because I like being there to help others who are going through the process of losing a loved one.”
Beverly Wages, Volunteer
“I became a volunteer because Heart’sWay had served my family. I now have the honor of visiting patients. They are precious to me and give me so much more than I give to them.”
Ann White, Volunteer
“I would not have chosen anyone else to take care of the love of my life.”