Hospice of Philadelphia welcomes you to join our team of Volunteers who provide patients and their families with compassionate end-of-life care. Our Volunteers are trained in areas such as understanding Hospice, family dynamics, listening skills, signs and symptoms of approaching death, and grief and bereavement support. By sharing a few hours every week with people facing one of the most difficult times in their life, you will not only help them, but you, too, will be enriched by the experience.
- Patient Care Volunteer
Visit patients in their home, a skilled nursing facility or our Inpatient Unit to provide companionship, emotional support, conversation, entertainment, or simply demonstrate listening skills.
- Bereavement Volunteer
Support and communicate with bereaved caregivers or family members during the grieving process. Contact individuals in person or via telephone to ascertain how they are adjusting to their loss.
- Office / Administrative Volunteer
Assist office staff with various duties such as filing, mailing lists, admission packets and other associated duties.
- Crafting Volunteer
Create heart pillows made from a loved one’s article of clothing, Knit, crochet or sew lap robes for our Inpatient Unit.
- Special Events Volunteer
Participate in special events pertaining to Hospice care.
- Community Outreach Volunteer
Speak to community organizations to share what Hospice is and all it has to offer.
To learn more about how to become a supportive presence in your community you may sign-up with our volunteer application or call the Volunteer office at 215-581-2360 or 215-581-2181, or email email@example.com.