Art From the Heart "Artist"
Hospice of the West
This opportunity is open to adults and children and artists of all skill levels. This is a trial program set to run from February to April. The purpose of the program is to provide original artwork each month for hospice patients. Participants will receive an assignment at the beginning of each month, which can be completed on an 8.5x11 piece of paper. The art can be any medium, from crayons to colored pencils.
Each assignment will have a theme. One month may be a motivational poster, and the next month sees a a theme of "A Day at the Beach." Another month may have the artist fold the sheet in half and create a homemade greeting card.
The artwork should be mailed to Hospice of the West by the 15th of each month for distribution to patients.
About Hospice of the West
21410 N. 19th Avenue.,, Ste 100, Phoenix, AZ 85027, US
Hospice of the West is committed to serving the unique needs of those with life limiting illnesses as well as providing ongoing support to their families and loved ones through our belief in hospice and palliative care with compassion. We are committed to fulfilling this mission through the collaboration of a dedicated comprehensive team approach that will ensure excellence in our delivery of end of life care, while maintaining financial stewardship and accountability. Hospice of the West is privileged to provide continuing support and education to the caregivers and professionals in the community where we serve our patients.
Would you like to give the gift of helping someone with a life-limiting illness live their life to the fullest? We warmly invite you serve as a volunteer with us at Hospice of the West. Please join our hospice family in providing comfort and companionship by sharing your time and talents with our special hospice patients.
Your hospice family is here to guide, encourage and cheer you on in this rewarding journey. The Hospice of the West family appreciates your decision to offer your time and talents to our patients and their families. We are honored to work side by side with you in such a special area of end-of-life care.
WHAT DOES A VOLUNTEER DO?
There are many different types of volunteers and many ways to get involved. Below is a list of volunteer types:
Companionship or meaningful presence
Light meal preparation
Arts and crafts
Play therapy (games)
Administrative (clerical tasks, office errands, organization of events)
Interpreter service (including sign language)
Minor home repairs
Contact the Volunteer Coordinators at Volunteer.Coordinators@hospicewestaz.com