Volunteers | Hospice Prince Edward
 

The Heart of Hospice is our Volunteers!|


Hospice Prince Edward acknowledges and celebrates our volunteers as the heart of our organization. We have more than 100 volunteers providing support in the community. Many of them work directly with clients at home, in hospitals, and in long-term care facilities.

Others provide support to people who are grieving. Still others give their time and their talents to provide administrative assistance in the hospice office and many help us raise needed funds for hospice programing.

For more than 20 years, hospice volunteers have quietly provided thousands of hours of heartfelt support to clients and their families living with life-limiting illness. As we move into the future, the need for hospice services and programs will continue to grow, and we know that our hospice volunteers will be there to serve this community. Their loving presence and generous support will be available to meet those needs during the most challenging times of life.

 

Become a Hospice Volunteer

If you are looking for meaning in your life, volunteering with Hospice Prince Edward might be exactly what you need. I f you would complete our on-line volunteer application form, Become a Hospice Volunteer, we will contact you with the next step in becoming a volunteer with hospice.

You can help others in the community who are living with the challenges of a life-limiting illness or loss. Only with your help can we meet their physical, emotional, spiritual and support needs to help others to live life to the fullest.

Meet some our volunteers in the community visiting video below.


"Volunteering is the most fundamental act of citizenship and philanthropy in our society. It is offering time, energy and skills of one's own free will". Volunteer Ontario, 1996.

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Read what our volunteers are saying about the rewards of volunteering for Hospice Prince Edward.

 

"For what is needed at the end of life is not so much to add days to life but to add life to the remaining days." -Author Unknown