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Vigil Volunteers - Heartland Hospice

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ORGANIZATION: Heartland Hospice

  • 26 people are interested

Are you compassionate and supportive? If so, join our Volunteer Team as a Vigil Volunteer!

Hospice Vigil Volunteers give support to patients and family members while a patient is actively dying.

Often families need a break from being at bedside for hours at a time. A vigil volunteer ensures that the patient is not alone, allows for families to take a break and facilitates a relaxing environment for the patient.

If you would like to be a calm presence for our patients in need of bedside support during their final days, contact us today to get started with training.

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About Heartland Hospice


Administrative Office, 1010 Executive Drive Suite 200, Westmont, IL 60559, US

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to improve your health and well-being.


Heartland Hospice volunteers offer support, companionship and practical, compassionate help. Some interact directly with patients and families. Others prefer to work behind the scenes in the office setting. As a volunteer, you help determine which tasks you’re best suited to perform. The tasks of volunteers include:

  • Helping with office support tasks at the agency
  • Running errands for patients and families
  • Staying with patients so family members can get a much-needed rest
  • Reading, or providing a comforting touch
  • Playing or singing soothing music to patients
  • Keeping vigil with patients in their final hours

These and other tasks are why hospice volunteers are such an essential part of the Heartland experience.


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


We'll work with your schedule.


Hospice patients throughout theChicagoland areaWestmont, IL 60559



  • Bereavement Support
  • Hospice Care


  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Vigil Volunteers offer 2 to 4 hour blocks of time as needed. Vigil volunteers are only called when there is a need, and if your schedule allows you to meet that need, we schedule you to a patient at that time.

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