As a hospice volunteer, you will be an important part of our experienced, caring team. Whether you choose to have direct contact with our patients, create special keepsakes for families who are grieving or serve as a community ambassador for The Elizabeth Hospice, you’ll be making a real difference in someone’s life.
Weekly commitments will vary but we ask that you serve as a volunteer for a minimum of one year. Before you begin, you will receive comprehensive training about our organization and your responsibilities.
We are seeking hospice volunteers for a variety of opportunities.
Patient care volunteers provide companionship and emotional support to a hospice family by visiting, listening, reading a book or simply holding a hand. Learn more about becoming a patient care volunteer
Pet Therapy Services
Volunteers make it possible for patients to stay connected to pets who provide companionship and unconditional love. Learn more about becoming a pet therapy volunteer
Through Reiki, massage therapy, aromatherapy, music support and hair styling, you can bring a sense of peace and relaxation to others. Learn more about becoming a therapy volunteer
Veteran Volunteer Support
This program pairs volunteers who are veterans with hospice patients who also served in the United States Armed Forces for emotional healing. Learn more about becoming a veteran volunteer
Using your sewing skills, you will transform a favorite shirt, blouse or pajamas into a stuffed bear or pillow that serves as a cuddly reminder of someone special. Learn more about becoming a sewing volunteer
Grief Support for Children
As a grief support group facilitator, you will provide children with a safe space to share their grief story and connect with others. Click HERE
Clinical Counseling Internship
Our clinical training program is open to developing psychotherapists interested in the field of grief, loss and transition. Click HERE
Administrative Support and Community Outreach
Your office expertise and community connections will help maximize our organization’s ability to serve families in need of care and support. Learn more about becoming a community outreach volunteer
Hospice volunteers make our mission of enhancing the quality of life for those nearing the end of life’s journey a reality.