Providing comfort, care and meaning at the end-of-life.
Volunteers who work in the office as Directors of First Impression provide a valuable service to Rainbow Hospice by performing work that allows staff to focus on other demanding matters and programs. This contribution provides a considerable financial savings and enables Rainbow Hospice to continue to offer its services to the community. Assistants provide help with mailings, filling admission and facility binders, data entry, and other jobs as assigned.
Volunteers must be warm, compassionate and friendly people who are comfortable working with the public in person and via the phone. Good verbal and written communication skills are needed.
For more information, call 920-674-6255 and ask for Volunteer Services. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Rainbow Hospice Care!
Providing comfort, care, and meaning at the end of life.
Rainbow Hospice Care was founded in 1990 by a group of volunteers in the Jefferson County area. In 1995 we cared for 40 patients the whole year, and today we care for 95 patients on a daily basis. In March of 2011 we opened our Inpatient Center located in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin. We are a community based non-profit organization that serves patients with any type of life-limiting illness such as cancer; heart, lung, and liver diseases; stroke; Parkinson's disease; Alzheimer's; ALS; or AIDS, generally with a life expectancy of less than six months. Regardless of age, race, gender, faith, ethnicity, insurance coverage, or economic status, we treat all of our paitents and their loved ones with the same respect, kindness, and concern-focusing on quality of life, maintaining comfort and dignity and providing expert support tailored to each individual's unique physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and wishes.