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Hospice Community Care - Newport News seeks three clerical volunteers

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Hospice Community Care - Richmond & Tri-Cities, The Peninsula, Middle Peninsula and Hampton Roads

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Traditions Health, d.b.a. Hospice Community Care Newport News is in need of three clerical volunteers to assist with the day-to-day operation of the hospice. Clerical volunteers may serve as the receptionist for the office answering a multi-line phone. Clerical volunteers may greet guests, file documents, make copies of documents as needed, assist with data entry or sending emails. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who is between jobs, a college student on home on break, retired individuals or someone who just wants to get out of the house for a few hours a week and donate their gift of time to a cause that makes life better for people who are terminally ill.

While experience is not required, the ideal candidates for this volunteer position will possess maturity and the ability to keep information confidential. Clerical volunteers must be at least 18 years of age and have the ability to work a minimum of five hours a week. Training regarding hospice care and Covid-19 information will be provided. Volunteers will need to follow CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, mask wearing and hand washing while volunteering in HCC's office.

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About Hospice Community Care - Richmond & Tri-Cities, The Peninsula, Middle Peninsula and Hampton Roads


10128 WEST BROAD STREET, Suite J, Glen Allen, VA 23060, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Hospice Community Care is to provide diginified end-of-life care and quality services that allow our patients and their families/significant others to live life richly, deeply and meaningfully for as long as it may last, and to die with dignity in the setting of their choice.


Hospice Community Care has been providing excellent end-of-life care for terminally-ill patients living in the Richmond Tri-Cities area since 2004 and The Peninsula area since 2007.

Hospice Community Care uses an interdisciplinary team approach to provide the highest quality of hospice care to our patient's and their loved ones. Hospice Community Care has become the hospice provider of choice because of our reputation for impeccable customer service, friendly, knowledgeable and supportive staff offering unique delivery methods that meet the medical, physical, psychosocial and spiritual need of our patients and those that love them.

It would be impossible to meet all of the needs of our patients and those who love them were it not for our exemplary volunteers who donate hundreds of hours of their gift of time every year. We have several exciting opportunities to offer people who are considering volunteering with hospice.

Volunteers must have a current driver's license and proof of auto insurance as well as a clean driving record. Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age. We will train you for the volunteer opportunity that you are most interested.

Crisis Support
Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


1064 Loftis Blvd. c2Newport News, VA 23606



  • Data Entry
  • Office Reception
  • People Skills
  • Reading Comprehension
  • English
  • Administrative Support


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • A minimum of five hours a week.
  • Must be empathetic, patient and professional. You must not have any DUI convictions on your driving record.

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