Celebrating National Volunteer Month
April is the month we recognize our Volunteers and our Volunteer Coordinators. Hospice is an awesome benefit, and Volunteers make the difference between an average hospice and one that adds life to every day.
One patient remarked to our care team member last week, “I’m going to die today.” The Team member asked, “Why do you think that?” the patient responded, “Because I’ve never had it so good. I feel loved and cared for.”
The good news for our team and volunteers is that God has wired the universe so that when you help other people, God takes care of your problems. There is healing in giving back. When we open the door for volunteers to serve, they gain more than they give. Real love involves giving, serving, listening and being there.
Volunteers are a great resource to our patients and our team of professional healthcare providers.
Hospice Home Care encourages anyone who has a heart for making a positive difference in the lives of others to call Cyndi Muncrief, Volunteer Coordinator at the Hot Springs branch office to learn more about becoming a hospice volunteer. Call – (501) 321-4014 or check us out on the web at www.hospicehomecare.com.