All volunteers, no matter the area in which they serve, make a big difference in the lives of patients, families and staff. Hospice of Queen Anne's has a variety of patient and non-patient related volunteer opportunities to consider, each with their own special requirements and orientation. The many opportunities include the following:
Patient Care Volunteers
Provide companionship and support to patients and their families. In order to become a patient volunteer it is required that you participate in a 16 hour patient care training course.
Offer grieving family members compassion, support, friendship and the opportunity for them to express their feelings.
Assist with administrative duties including: filing, answering phones, mailings, data-entry and other general office work. Assist visitors in our lobby or at our Welcome Desk.
Patient Support Volunteers
Create gifts or assist patients and family members in completing special projects.
Community Outreach Volunteers
Participate in community events and speak publicly about Hospice of Queen Anne's
Maintenance & Gardening Volunteers
Routine maintenance to our grounds as well as seasonal snow removal, painting, light bulb maintenance, wood working projects, deliveries, etc.
Camp New Dawn Volunteers
Work with grieving children at our annual summer bereavement camp.
Licensed Professional Volunteers
Provide services to patients in their area of expertise to offer complementary therapies. Including massage therapy, Reiki, cosmetology, pet therapy, etc.
Estate Treasures VolunteersWork at our upscale resale shop which sells clothing, household items, and collectibles donated by the community to benefit Hospice of Queen Anne's.
* For additional information on volunteering and other volunteer opportunities please contact
Courtney Williams or call 443-262-4112.
Keep up with all of the latest volunteer news and events by reading our most current volunteer newsletters!
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The Memory Bear program allows families to have teddy bears made from the clothing of their loved ones. These bears are made by volunteers and provided free of cost to Hospice families.
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