Dundas County Hospice ‘in dire need’ for volunteers

The Editor:

DUNDAS COUNTY — Dundas County Hospice is currently looking for people like yourself who care about our community, and who are willing to help community members in need. We exist to provide both practical and emotional support to individuals and families in North and South Dundas who are dealing with a life-threatening illness, allowing them to remain in their community.

We currently have a need for volunteers in our community, to give some time to assist with home visiting, day Hospice on Wednesdays, fundraising committee volunteers and many other roles. Please consider lending a helping hand to help make a difference – best of all, we have a different stroke for different folks approach to volunteering, and we can accommodate almost any schedule of availability and offer free training.

All of us have the power to help make a difference in someone’s life – by donating some time, and every hour volunteered counts! Joining our team is a very rewarding experience for both volunteers and our clients – make the choice to be a leader in our community and make a difference, and volunteer with Dundas County Hospice.

There are multiple ways to make an impact within our community, with numerous opportunities for individuals and organizations to come together and make a difference. Are you part of a community-based organization looking to have an immediate impact in your community? Please consider mentioning our needs.

Let’s take the next step together – simply get into contact with Tina Mac Queen and we would be glad to find ways for you to help us join, and grow our team of volunteers. You can also find more information by visiting our website www.dundascountyhospice.ca

For more information, please contact Tina Mac Queen, Volunteer Coordinator, thanks!

Tina Mac Queen

Volunteer Coordinator

Dundas County Hospice

613-535-2215 ext. #2

vc@dundascountyhospice.ca

www.dundascountyhospice.ca

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