Hospice of the Wabash Valley plays a vital role in enhancing the end-of-life experiences of our patients and their families. They represent all ages and life experiences. They are drawn to hospice work for a variety of reasons, but the characteristics that define and unite them are compassion and the desire to help others. Their many skills are matched to important tasks within our mission.
Thinking about Volunteering?
Caring men and women are always needed to serve on our volunteer team! Training sessions are held and the interests of new volunteers are carefully assessed to assure they are well suited for their assignments. We realize that you lead a busy life and offer flexibility with your volunteer schedule.
After completing training that will assure they are confident and comfortable in their role, adult volunteers serve patients, families and the agency in a wide variety of ways. Most work directly with patients, while others choose to provide administrative support.
Volunteering is a meaningful, memorable experience for high school students. Their youthful presence is greatly appreciated by the patients we serve and, of course, their time spent at with our organization helps fulfill volunteer requirements for their school or church.