For store locations and information on how to donate, call DOVE or visit whitedovethrift. Navy veteran Gene Chance served in the Vietnam War from to It's with great honor that another Navy veteran, volunteer Denny Bash, got to thank our patient for his sacrifices on behalf of Hospice of the Valley.
There are many ways that volunteers can get involved at Hospice of the Red River Valley. For those who would like to provide direct support to those who receive hospice care, there are several volunteer roles:. Patient care volunteers assist our patients and their families.
Galligar is an Idaho native and grew up in the Treasure Valley. Galligar has strong connections to rural Idaho and Eastern Oregon. He has been active in local and national advocacy for rural primary care.
Our teen volunteers visit patients for two hours each week and brighten their days with conversation, reading, playing games, listening to music, or sharing other activities of mutual interest. Volunteering with Hospice of the Valley can even be a springboard to a career in healthcare and serving others. In addition, high school seniors with 50 hours of service as a Hospice of the Valley volunteer are eligible to apply for our Teen Scholarship Program, which awards college scholarships. Volunteer application.
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Volunteer training for individuals interested in direct patient care takes place each spring and fall. All rights reserved. We believe that every person has something special to contribute to support the many patients and families served by Hospice of the Valley.
There are many ways to give to Hospice of the Valleys. Volunteers are a vital part of the Hospice of the Valleys team. They bring caring concern, comfort and compassion to patients and families.
Volunteers visit and read with patients, run errands and offer emotional support. Our biggest need is for volunteers to provide companionship for patients and give breaks to family caregivers. Visits are made in patient's homes, assisted living facilities and our inpatient units, including Ryan House.