Wildfires are devastating communities across California, causing more than 300,000 people to evacuate their homes and threatening many more. The Camp Fire in Northern California -- one of three blazing across the state -- is the most destructive in state history. We want to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you find access to shelter. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know the most effective ways to contribute.
Our Mission is to: Provide personailzed, comprehensive, coordinated, holistic care to individuals with life-limiting illnesses, and support them and those who love them during the end-of-life process and bereavement. We promote spiritual, physical, a... Read more
Our Mission is to: Provide personailzed, comprehensive, coordinated, holistic care to individuals with life-limiting illnesses, and support them and those who love them during the end-of-life process and bereavement. We promote spiritual, physical, and psychosocial wholeness. In support of our employees offering exceptional care.
The motivations for volunteering are as varied as the kinds of people who volunteer. Some people volunteer to feel needed, to keep busy, to repay a debt, to be challenged, to make new friends, to explore a career, or to help someone. The thing that connects volunteers is caring about something enough to become involved. Many volunteers find that the reason that brought them to volunteering changes and evolves with time. Consider that most people find themselves in need at some point in their lives. Today you may be the person with the ability to help out , but tomorrow you may be the recipient of someone else's volunteer efforts. Volunteering offers a variety of opportunities some choose to develop new skills while others are interested in offering skills and personal experiences from their lives in a new way. Hospice depends on volunteers and without them we cannot continue our important works. Volunteering enriches the giver as well as the community. Many people find that volunteering leaves you with a sense of a higher purpose, and is therefore therapeutic for them as well as those they are helping. You will probably have reasons of your own for wanting to volunteer. Hopefully we can build your interests, show that your efforts help us to accomplish something greater, and that your talents are appreciated. Then you will continue to want to work with us and provide us with more prospects through your friends and family. Jennifer DiLiscia, Volunteer Coordinator