Why you should Volunteer

Hospice (54 of 131)Volunteering at McNally House Hospice is very rewarding. You will meet many different types of people and form relationships based on mutual respect, understanding, and caring.  As a hospice volunteer you will:

▪   Make a difference in people’s lives
▪   Develop a wide network
▪   Develop a range of skills & experience that can be used in everyday life
▪   Receive ongoing education and development
▪   Do your part in bringing about social change

Working in palliative care is one of the most rewarding volunteer choices anyone can make. Not only does it make a huge difference to the person who is dying and their family, but also to the volunteer’s own life. Volunteers learn to cherish each day, listen deeply and value life as a gift.

Please see some volunteer testimonials