Needed Hospice Homecare Volunteers in Castro Valley and Hayward

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Volunteers are the heart of hospice.
Hope Hospice Companionship Volunteer-

Hope Hospice is looking for kind hearts to provide friendship and a supportive presence to our hospice patients on their end of life journey. Our patients are often lonely and desire companionship.

Your role can include, but isn’t limited to, talking with patients and helping them share their life stories, reading to them, playing cards or sharing music with them. Hospice care goes beyond a patient’s physical needs but strives to provide comfort, dignity for both patients and their families.

Volunteering for Hope Hospice has many benefits - flexible schedules, learning new skills, having fun!

Join our team of compassionate volunteers who are making a difference. Training and orientation are provided.

Find out more about our volunteer program at

Young adults, aged 16-18, need chaperones to visit with patients. This can be a parent/guardian or mentor who has undergone our hospice volunteer program training.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Committed to supporting patients and their loved ones with exceptional care, compassion, and dignity

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6377 Clark Avenue, Ste. 100, Dublin, CA 94568, US

Mission Statement

Hope Hospice provides compassionate, quality care to patients at the end of life.


Hope Hospice is a non-profit agency serving the Tri-Valley region of the San Francisco East Bay Area and neighboring cities. We care for patients in private homes, assisted living communities, and skilled nursing facilities and provide care regardless of a patient's insurance status or ability to pay. Volunteers provide immeasurable support to Hope's patients and families, and we will work with you to find an assignment near your home or work neighborhood.

Even the simplest of gestures - reading to or talking with someone - has a meaningful impact. There are many ways for you to contribute your time and talents. Some examples:

  • Visiting with patients in your local community
  • Giving family caregivers much-needed relief
  • Pet therapy
  • Music therapy
  • Massage
  • Supporting the work of Hope by helping in the office
  • Assisting with Hope’s dementia care education program
  • Facilitating grief support programs
  • Bedside vigil

We also present family caregiver education classes, dementia care classes, and grief support services at no cost to anyone in the community who needs help, even if their loved one is not one of our patients.

Learn more at


Health & Medicine
Community, Health & Medicine, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


6377 Clark AvenueSte. 100Dublin, CA 94568



  • Hospice Care
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Elder care
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1-2 hours weekly

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