Please volunteer. Volunteers from diverse backgrounds come to Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan with one shared passion: a willingness to give of themselves.

Above, hospice client Belmonte tells a dramatic part of his life story as hospice volunteer Jim Spurr asks questions and records (the recording device is in his hand). 

Journey’s grief support for children and teens is fortunate to have these two longtime friends, Lynn, and Dee Ann, as volunteers.

Our popular pet therapy calendar is a great way to promote this program which enriches the quality of life for our hospice clients and Adult Day Services at Oakland Centre guests. Email us if you would like to purchase a calendar to benefit Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan’s programs.

Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan Volunteer Opportunities:

Home Hospice Care: Volunteers provide companionship, emotional support, respite, transportation, and record life stories.

Rose Arbor and Glenn Arbor Hospice Residences: Volunteers serve meals, greet visitors, do laundry, provide companionship for clients, and give families facility tours.

Journeys Grief Support: Volunteers offer comfort and encouragement to children, teens and adults who are grieving.

Development: Volunteers assist with fundraising events and community education.

Clerical Assistance: Volunteers assist with data entry and filing.

Adult Day Services at Oakland Centre: Volunteers serve meals, help with activities and share one-on-one conversations with our guests.

Pet Therapy: Volunteers go through specific training with their dogs, who then are certified to comfort and give emotional support to our clients and guests.