Volunteers Needed! Aurora At Home Hospice
Aurora at Home - Hospice
Here at Aurora at Home Hospice, we're looking for some help to bring a little joy to our patients. With Covid-19, we had to stop our in-person volunteer visits to patients’ homes have some new, innovative needs that we need your help with! Please consider giving your time if you're able to.
- We're sending cards each week to most of our patients. We're looking for people who would like to both create the cards we send, and write a kind message & send them each week.
- Cheer up a hospice patient by putting together an arrangement of donated flowers in your home and delivering them to a couple people each week. This can be a porch drop off, so no contact necessary!
- Consider making a craft! We will work with what your talents are. Are you a sewer? You could help us make memory bears or fidget quilts! We're also looking for people to make some seasonal or holiday crafts to help our patients enjoy each Holiday or Season.
- Would you like more interaction with someone directly? You could make a weekly phone call to check in, connect virtually on a video call, or start training to be an in person volunteer when volunteers can be in homes again.
We're looking for people or groups in the community within Kenosha County to to consider creating cards for us, along with a thoughtful message inside. We would give you some ideas of what to write inside the cards, as well as how to decorate. Donations can be made as a one-time donation, or as a repeat donation such as one time a month. I’m also happy to provide any necessary supplies and pick up completed cards as needed.
If you’re interested in donating or learning more, please contact me at Erica.Reed@AAH.org or by calling (262) 729-0010.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Aurora at Home - Hospice
116 N Dodge St, Suite 8, Burlington, WI 53105, US
Aurora at Home - Hospice is a not-for profit agency serving all of eastern Wisconsin. We're taking the lead in end-of-life care, assuring that people are able to complete their life's journey with dignity and compassion, surrounded by loved ones whose needs are also being met.
When you become a hospice volunteer with Aurora at Home, you create a comforting environment for people, bringing them more joy, decreasing their anxiety and enhancing their quality of life.