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Thursday, February 29, 2024
Feb. 29, 2024

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You Can Help: Volunteer Opportunities

The Columbian

In advance of PeaceHealth’s scheduled reopening of the former Longview Hospice Care Center, the not-for-profit organization is currently recruiting and training volunteers to support the renamed Richard Nau Hospice House. The facility’s anticipated opening is scheduled for early 2024.

PeaceHealth’s Hospice volunteers play a crucial role in supporting patients, their families and staff through a variety of services. Volunteer activities at the PeaceHealth Richard Nau Hospice House may include tasks like welcoming visitors at the reception desk or restocking supplies.

Upcoming hospice volunteer training dates are from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Dec. 5 and Dec. 19. Training consists of two in-person meetings along with an online component. Volunteer qualifications include: Being of 18 years of age or older, be able to pass a background check, attend required training, received the annual flu shot, received the first two COVID vaccinations or have an approved medical/religious exemption.

To learn more or to register for hospice volunteer training, call or email PeaceHealth Home & Community Hospice at 360-577-2615 RSSW-HospiceVolunteerServices@peacehealth.org.

Journey Theater seeks volunteers to help at special events, sew costumes, paint sets and work in the office, among other things. To learn more, visit journeytheater.org/volunteer-opportunities/ or call 360-750-8550 or email info@journeytheater.org.