Bridgeway Hospice is always looking for volunteers to help create special moments that matter with our patients.
If you feel like this is something you would like to be apart of, please give us a call.
You can donate one to two hours a week of your time or more --- join our team of volunteers!
Memory Bear Program
Sifting through the belongings of a loved one who has recently passed away can be overwhelming for a grieving family member, but Bridgeway Hospice “The Memory Bear Program” can help ease the pain.
To help the bereaved cope, Bridgeway Hospice Memory Bear Program provides patient’s families with a bear made from the clothing of their loved one. The bears are created by volunteers using their favorite clothing that help the bereaved recall happy memories with their loved ones.
If this is something you would like to do, please connect us!
We are always needing help with our Memory Bears!
VOLUNTEERS ARE THEHEART OF HOSPICE
Hospice volunteers may provide service in three major areas:
Participate in PATIENT SUPPORT which may include friendly visits, reading to patients, running errands, or writing letters to patients.
Providing assistance through BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT is another opportunity for you to participate as a volunteer.
These services may include assisting with grief support groups and coordinating community resources.
An additional area that volunteers provide service is with ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES such as:
typing, filing, and other light office work.
The opportunities to provide service as a hospice volunteer are great, and the benefits are even greater. Most volunteers experience a sense of personal reward and growth once they have given their time and compassion to those patients and their families that are facing life-limiting illness. They are allowed the privilege and satisfaction of helping those in need as they face end of life.
**All services subject to program limitations
If you are interested in becoming a Bridgeway Hospice Volunteer,
please call our local office or email us!
Baton Rouge: 225-753-1495
Our services and passion for caring extend to all regardless of diagnosis, gender,
national origin, race, color, creed, sexual orientation, disability, age or place of residence.