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Volunteering with Help For Health

We are always looking for individuals with big hearts and helpful hands for help with the many projects and patients that we coordinate and serve.  If you are interested in volunteering, we will have you complete a volunteer application and give you a personal interview to see how your unique personality and talents fit with Help for Health.

 

COMPANIONSHIP/RESPITE - Provide emotional, practical and spiritual support to hospice patients, their caregivers and family.  May provide companionship to patients with life-limiting illnesses, and/or their caregiver.  May provide relief visits so that the caregiver is able to leave for a short period of time.  May visit patients in their home or our hospice home.  May run errands for the family and/or assist with their light housekeeping and cooking.  May hold a patient's hand, read to the patient, play cards etc or assist patient with writing letters.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT-Provide office support to hospice employees. May assist with filing, copying, data entry, answering telephones, record maintenance, mailings, start-of-care packets and other general office duties.

 

FUNDRAISING/COMMUNITY OUTREACH- Assist in the planning of various hospice fundraising activities. Provide assistance with the promotion of community awareness for the Help for Health organization, by attending local fairs and informational events in the community.  Prepare food for events and/or donate items.

 

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT- Offers follow-up information, companionship and grief support to the bereaved families under the guidance of both the Social Services and the Volunteer Coordinator.

 

Contact Volunteer Coordinator Rilie Wallace 307-856-1206

 
Volunteer Opportunities Available
  • Fundraisers

  • Special Events Community Outreach

  • Companionship for Patients

  • Provide Support

  • Cooking "home cooked meal"

  • Reading

  • Playing Cards or board games

  • Shopping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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