Bring your well-manner pet to visit our hospice patients in their homes or facilities where they live.
Share your pet and be a friendly companion
Visit patients in facilities in an area near your school or home
Bring your calm, well-behaved pet to visit with patients
Contribute to our patients’ quality of life just by being there and sharing your pet
How can you benefit by being a volunteer?
Increase meaning and purpose in your life
Volunteer with your pet
Develop interpersonal skills
Feel pride in making an impact
Volunteering can add years to your life.
A study of 10,000 people, published in the journal Health Psychology found that those who regularly volunteer are less likely to die than non-volunteers. And people who give back for the "right" reasons (e.g., to help other, not to feel better about themselves) stay alive the longest.