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Rememberance Bears! It's a good thing!

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Good Shepherd Hospice OKC Metro

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 31 people are interested
Playful Patient
Bea, 92 years old. Loves basketball and a good joke.

Good Shepherd Hospice would love volunteers to sew/create Remembrance Bears for our patients! Remembrance Bears are a Special Keepsake to our patients families dealing with a loss of a loved one. Our sewing volunteers use a special piece of clothing that belonged to the patient that can be made into a Remembrance Bear. It can be a shirt, dress, pants or bathrobe. This bear is a treasured keepsake for wives, grandchildren, or other family member who would like a huggable reminder of the person that they love. It is such a wonderful gift to our patients families! If you have the talent of sewing, and the willingness to help others during a difficult time, please contact Christa Cook, Volunteer Coordinator and help touch families in special, creative ways that they will always remember.

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About Good Shepherd Hospice OKC Metro

Location:

4350 Will Rogers Parkway, Suite 400, Oklahoma City, OK 73108, US

Mission Statement

We recognize that growth is a lifelong process, and strive to be stewards and advocates of the end of this process. We provide world class hospice care to patients and families in the form of pain and symptom management, treating the needs of the whole person: physical, social, psychological and spiritual. We neither impede nor accelerate death, but instead strive to improve the quality of life.

Description

To enrich our patient and family experience by empowering our volunteers to become inspired members of our hospice team.

Advocacy & Human Rights
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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

4350 Will Rogers Parkway, Suite 400Oklahoma City, OK 73108

(35.45151,-97.59808)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • 2-4 Hours a month
  • Must have a sewing machine and sewing skills.

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