Hospice volunteers make a differenceIf you"re seeking a way to make a difference in your community, volunteering at your local non-profit hospice is the perfect place to do it:
-whatever your age, education, or area of interest.
-whenever you have time: during the day, after work, on the weekends.
As non-profit organizations, hospices rely on the services of those in their communities. Many local physicians and professional staff are volunteers. Others serve as truck drivers, translators, computer wizards, short-order chefs, dog walkers, envelope stuffers, readers, receptionists, and more.
And even if you couldn"t find yourself doing any of those things, your local Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance hospice will teach you any number of new skills - providing the education and training you"ll need.
Non-profit hospice volunteer training is the perfect way to get in touch with issues confronting you about death and dying. It"s also a great place to make new friends and discover what"s important in your life.
What are you waiting for? Use the drop down menu provided below to visit your local Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance hospice"s volunteer web page.
Go to a TNPHA Hospice Volunteer Page