Volunteers make a significant difference in the lives of hospice patients and are an essential part of the hospice care team.
As a volunteer, you can make a huge difference in another person’s life.
Whether it’s providing support to school children who have experienced the death of a loved one, sharing your special crafting skills and talents, or providing respite support to caregivers for just a few hours a week; the amazing contributions of volunteers are essential to the work provided by Hemet Hospice Volunteers and Arbor Hospice.
We welcome enthusiastic people who would like to donate their time to help our non-profit organizations work toward meeting their goals.
Volunteers are truly the backbone of all that we do. Volunteering is also a great way to meet new friends and gain great personal satisfaction from knowing that you have made an impact in another person’s life while making a difference in your community.
ARTS & CRAFTS VOLUNTEERS share their special skills and talents creating crafts and gifts that are sold throughout the year at our seasonal Craft Boutiques. The Craft Group meets every Monday and craft together as a group OR if you prefer, you can be an independent crafter, creating crafts for our boutiques in the comfort of your own home.
OFFICE SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS assist staff members in the operation of day-to-day projects and special projects such as mailings, filing, copying, collating material, computer data entry, phoning, etc.
COMMUNITY RELATIONS, HOSPICE AMBASSADOR and GENERAL SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS help promote agency events and volunteer recruitment. This volunteer handles tasks and completes them with little supervision and volunteers in a wide array of venues, including health fairs, community centers and agency events.
ADULT BEREAVEMENT VOLUNTEERS provide continuing emotional support to the bereaved survivors of hospice patients. Training is provided by Arbor Hospice.
YOUTH BEREAVEMENT VOLUNTEERS work in teams within local school districts to provide group support to students in elementary, middle and high schools who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives. Full training provided. You must be 18 years or older to be considered. A TB Test and background check will be required.