Hospice Volunteering for Gentiva Hospice in Colorado Springs

Gentiva Hospice

6270 Lehman Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80918

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About Hospice Volunteering for Gentiva Hospice in Colorado Springs

Description: Volunteering for a couple of hours each month with hospice is a perfect opportunity for seniors to make an impact by providing companionship and support to individuals nearing the end of life. Hospice volunteering is as simple as sitting with someone, whether it's reading to them, sharing stories, holding their hand, or just offering your comforting presence. 

Contact Info: Call 719-330-6652 or Email Andrew.wilson@gentivahs.com for further information and to discuss how to become a volunteer.

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