Franciscan Hospice provides care for patients with a terminal prognosis of 6 or fewer months to live. Volunteer notaries provide a tremendous sense of comfort for our patients, who often need to complete end of life documents to ensure their final wishes are respected when they die. The single act of notarizing those documents can have a profound and lasting impact for patients and families alike.
If you are a notary, or are in process to become a notary, please consider contributing to the sense of peace our patients need as they transition from this world.
Documents notarized include durable power of attorney, wills, guardianship documents, etc. Notarizing occurs in a patient's home, which may be a facility. Our patients live throughout Kitsap County.
Personal Protective Equipment (face mask, face shield/goggles, gloves) provided.
2901 Bridgeport Way W, University Place, WA 98466, US
To affirm life. To ask people how they want to live their final days. To provide quality Hospice services in a timely manner to all who qualify regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnic background or ability to pay. To enhance the care of all dying in the community by education and example.
Franciscan Hospice exists in the hope and belief that through appropriate care, and promotion of a caring community sensitive to their needs, patients and their families may be free to attain a degree of mental and spiritual preparation for death that is satisfactory to them.
Justice & Legal
We'll work with your schedule.
a patient's home, or skilled nursing facilityBremerton, WA98310
March 16, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Initial Hospice volunteer 30-hour training required. Notarizations take 20 to 60 minutes, including travel, depending on your and our patients' locations throughout Kitsap County.
Notary license required. COVID vaccine series required (provided to Hospice volunteers by our agency).