Year after year, hospice volunteers contribute their personal time and share in the commitment to provide a host of services to patients, families, staff and the community. Volunteers visit patients, provide respite for caregivers, prepare meals for Hospice Center patients, and assist in grief care and support.
Hospice of Queen Anne's has a variety of non-patient related volunteer opportunities to consider, each with its own special requirements and orientation such as: preparing mailings, updating databases and answering the phone; hosting community events and speaking on behalf of Hospice of Queen Anne's; and coordinating an event or serving on an event committee.
All volunteers, no matter the area in which they serve, make a big difference in the lives of patients, families and staff.
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Volunteer Training Classes: A 16-hour training program is required for individuals interested in working directly with patients and families. Download Patient Volunteer Training information.
- View the latest newsletter: Spring Volunteer Central 2013
- Download a Volunteer Application
- Nominate a Chick-fil-A Volunteer-of-the-Month
Report my volunteers hours online.
Chick-fil-A 2013 Volunteer-of-the-Month Award Winners
Congratulations to these HQA volunteers who were caught in the act of doing something great for a patient, family or the community in the course of their volunteer work with HQA!