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Veterans' Legacy Project: Honoring Our Heroes

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ORGANIZATION: Dependable Hopsice

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Project Details

Project Components:

1. Education and Mentorship: Veterans will serve as mentors, imparting knowledge and values to youth regarding the significance of uniform maintenance and readiness.

2. Uniform Preservation: Veterans will have the opportunity to either have their uniforms pressed or use them for the creation of memorials made from uniform materials symbolizing their service and sacrifice.

3. Hospice Support: Special attention will be given to veterans in hospice care, providing them with companionship, support, and opportunities for reflection.

4. Pinning Ceremony: The project will culminate in a formal pinning ceremony, where veterans will be honored and recognized for their service to the community and country.

Expected Outcomes:

  • Increased mindfulness and well‐being among participating veterans.
  • Enhanced understanding and appreciation of veterans' experiences among youth.
  • Creation of meaningful, tangible memorials preserving veterans' legacies.
  • Comfort and support provided to veterans receiving hospice care.
  • Strengthened community bonds through the celebration of veterans' contributions.


The project will be implemented over several months and is still in the planning stage and will have specific milestones and events outlined accordingly.

Conclusion: The Veterans' Legacy Project seeks to honor and support our veterans while fostering intergenerational connections and community cohesion. Through meaningful engagement and tangible expressions of gratitude, this project endeavors to make a lasting impact on the lives of those who have served and sacrificed for our country.

Group Project Wheelchair accessible Indoors Suitable for all ages Point of Contact Desirae Parker-Willis 5206497358 dparker-willis@dependablehealth.com Volunteer Interests Community Health & Wellness Life Skills Seniors Veterans & Military Families Helpful Skills Sewing

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About Dependable Hopsice


1141N El Dorado Suite 300, Tucson, AZ 85715, US

Mission Statement

Dependable Health Services is committed to being the leading provider of compassionate and quality home healthcare services in the communities we operate. As one of the leading home healthcare agencies in the country, the Dependable Health Services staff is committed to the pursuit of excellence through education and continued performance improvement in home health services.


Welcome to Dependable Hospice, where we prioritize enhancing the quality of life for those with life-limiting illnesses. With a compassionate team dedicated to family-focused healthcare, we offer specialized care tailored to individual needs, whether at home, in a nursing facility, or assisted living residence.

Led by a medical director and comprised of nurses, aides, social workers, Chaplains and devoted volunteers, our interdisciplinary team provides comprehensive support. From nursing visits to emotional and spiritual guidance, we ensure patients and families receive the care they deserve.

Volunteers are vital to our mission. They provide companionship, support, and respite, offering comfort during challenging times. As we grow, we're eager to discover unique volunteer opportunities to further enrich our patients' lives.

Join us in making a difference. Volunteer with Dependable Hospice and help us provide compassionate care to those in need.


Veterans & Military Families
Community, Seniors, Veterans & Military Families


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1141 North El Dorado Placesuit 300tucson, AZ 85715



  • Bereavement Support
  • Hospice Care
  • Veteran Care
  • Community Outreach
  • Sewing
  • People Skills


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1-25 hrs a week
  • All volunteers will need to be onboarded.

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