Friday, November 16, 2012

Hospice of the Western Reserve

At some point in your life, if you haven't already, you will be involved with hospice.  Personally I don't know how the staff and volunteers handle their work and I give them all the credit in the world.

The Hospice of the Western Reserve has volunteer opportunities for all ages, interests and talents with an extraordinary love and a common bond of concern for others.
"I get so much more out of it than I give."
"This is the most important thing I have done in my life."

Direct Patient Care Opportunities:

  • Provide Socialization, Comfort and Companionship,
  • Legacy Work,
  • Bereavement Calls,
  • Music Access,
  • Errands,
  • Respite,
  • Attorney,
  • Notary,
  • Veterans Serving Veterans,
  • Licensed Hairdresser, Massotherapist,
  • Pet Therapy,
  • Transportation,
  • Light Housekeeping,
  • Teens,
  • Spiritual Care
Support Opportunities:

  • Clerical/Data Entry,
  • Reception,
  • Teens,
  • Community Outreach,
  • Speaker’s Bureau,
  • Resale Shop,
  • Flower Arranging,
  • Group Helper,
  • Volunteer Education,
  • Fundraising,
  • Special Events,
  • Volunteer Marketing
Group Opportunities:
We are always appreciative of community volunteers who offer anything from a few hours to an entire day of service at our in patient facilities or our headquarters. There is a wide range of tasks including clerical, painting, cleaning, landscaping, entertainment and special meals at David Simpson Hospice House in Cleveland, Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake, as well as clerical and maintenance at our headquarters office in Cleveland.

Learn more about how you can volunteer for Hospice

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