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Sewing Volunteers- Can You Sew, Knit, Quilt or Crochet?

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ORGANIZATION: ViaQuest Hospice

  • 3 people are interested

Do you have a hospice heart and a sewing skill to share?

Memory Bears

We are looking for individuals that are interested in volunteering for ViaQuest that will help us make "Memory Bears". These bears are made out of the clothing of a loved one who has passed away in hospice. The "Memory Bears" will be for their family members to remember them by.

Lap Blankets
Material and designs of your choice. Some favorites have been bright colors yarns or material with designs of birds, horses, dogs and cats. The blankets are given to patients in our program to brighten their day. With each blanket given, a touch of warmth, care and comfort is added to their days. (patterns available)

Veteran Blankets
Veteran specific quilts, red, white and blue, needed for Veterans in our program. Veteran quilts are presented along with appreciation certification and a lapel pin as part of the We Honor Veterans program.

Neck or Heart Pillows
Typically made from cotton or other soft materials. Requested by our nurses to assist positioning patients for comfort. (patterns available)

Other ideas of items to sew, knit, quilt or crochet?
Would your group like to gather once a week in our office to sew, knit, quilt or crochet? We would love to share our space and can offer a nice, bright, space with a large conference table, chairs and free coffee, water, tea and occasional snacks.

To learn more please call (765) 237-5307 Ext. 3315 or email Kristi.Kennedy@ViaQuestinc.com).

We invite you to join our team of outstanding volunteers!

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About ViaQuest Hospice


3409 N. Briarwood Lane, Muncie, IN 47304, US

Mission Statement

It’s hard to know where to turn for help when facing a serious illness. ViaQuest can improve the quality of life for those living with chronic and terminal diseases and conditions. These diseases slowly decrease an individual’s ability to live life to its fullest. There comes a time when seeking a cure may no longer be possible or in one’s best interest and the focus turns to quality of life. When that happens ViaQuest Hospice may be the answer. Our care is not focused on the disease, but on pain relief and symptom control, making it easier for you to keep your focus where it should be - on living more fully. Our core services are at the heart of what we do. We are experts in providing high-quality, cost-effective home health, hospice, and behavioral health care that goes beyond just service. We also specialize in caring for individuals with developmental disabilities, offering innovative services that help people live their best lives possible.


Founded in 1999 by CEO Rich Johnson, ViaQuest has grown from a single division in Ohio to serving individuals throughout Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania. The name ViaQuest represents the overall mission of the company: a group of people on a mission (or Quest) to change the way (Via) health care services are delivered.

Through a wide range of innovative services referred to as ViaQuest’s Circle of Care, our skilled, dedicated employees ensure that the people we serve are active participants in their own care.

ViaQuest offers quality, highly-personalized, specialized and cost-effective care, solutions and services through the following divisions:

Home Health
Psychiatric & Behavioral Solutions
Veteran Services
Day & Employment Services
Residential Services
Diversity & Inclusion


Health & Medicine
Veterans & Military Families
Health & Medicine, Seniors, Veterans & Military Families


We'll work with your schedule.


411 West Riggin RoadSuite BMuncie, IN 47303



  • Crocheting
  • Knitting
  • Quilting
  • Sewing
  • Hospice Care




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Timing differs for each volunteer.
  • Donations accepted and appreciated. Donations can be drop off or picked up at your convenience. Additional requirements for those wanting to become a volunteer and offer time with patients.

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