News Release, Calvert Hospice
Prince Frederick, MD – Calvert Hospice announces its next Volunteer Training on June 12 (5 – 9 pm), 13 (5 – 9 pm), and 14 (5 – 8 pm). All three sessions are mandatory.
We are looking for volunteers to visit with patients and offer respite to family members, help in the Calvert Hospice office, work at the Shoppe for Hospice, serve as a buddy for a child at Camp Phoenix, facilitate the Journeys support group, or assist at other special events in the community.
Volunteering for Calvert Hospice is a rewarding way to give back to the community.
For more information about volunteering with Calvert Hospice, contact Amanda Peterson at 410-535-0892 x4003 or email@example.com. The Volunteer Application can also be downloaded from our website:https://calverthospice.org/volunteer.
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