Because care of the body means nothing without first easing the soul. Hospice workers are not hired…they are called. Answer the call.
If you’ve come this far, you likely share a purpose in your life to help others at their most critical stage in life. . . as it comes to a close. Perhaps you’ve experienced a loved one die with dignity and shared in the family transition through grief to hope. Or you want the satisfaction of spending more time with patients. . . the model of hospice care. These and many other reasons bring caregivers to Hospice of Holland.
As a leading provider of hospice and non-hospice palliative care, Hospice of Holland is a growing organization with an ever-growing need for qualified, skilled and compassionate caregivers. Thank you for consideration. . . we hope you find purpose here.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Hospice of Holland volunteer team, your next step is to schedule a pre-training interview with our volunteer coordinator to learn more about volunteer opportunities and required training that is involved. Hospice of Holland’s team of trained professionals prepare all volunteers for this life-impacting experience through the Hospice Orientation Program (HOP).
For more information about becoming a Hospice Volunteer please call the volunteer office at 616-355-5514.
Pet Volunteers Needed
Calling all furry-friends: Hospice of Holland is in need of pet volunteers!
How do you know if your dog is volunteer-ready? In order for your pet to be considered for K9 volunteering, we require that your dog must be up-to-date on all veterinary care and they must be able to pass Canine Good Citizen training. Training to achieve this can be done through a trainer, the dog’s handler, or if the dog can do the tasks on his/her own.
For more information about K9 volunteering, please call the volunteer office at 616-355-5514.