Veterans Helping Veterans at the end of their Life’s Journey

11/12/2019
Location : Orange County Hospice

help make a difference to those who have served

When a veteran is approaching the end of their life, the companionship  of another veteran or an active duty service member can be a meaningful presence. Volunteering for hospice is a wonderful way to give your time and show respect and admiration to help a fellow veteran find comfort and dignity.

Veteran hospice volunteers are needed for:

Basic companionship

  • Sharing stories about service
  • Pinning ceremonies
  • And more

Silverado Hospice provides special volunteer training and arrange times for you to spend with veterans with a limited time to live. Volunteers can share a few hours a week or more, depending upon how much they are willing to contribute.

For more information on volunteering to help veterans on hospice, call (949) 240-7744 or email: vlomeli@silverado.com

 
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