Meet Our Volunteers
"Volunteers are not paid,
not because they are worthless,
but because they are priceless."
CHUCK helps patients in the hospice program. "I've had the privilege of providing companionship and support for people during their last days, and in this process they, unexpectedly, have been some of my greatest teachers."
Read a touching story Chuck shared to over 1000 people at the 2007 "Lighting the Path" breakfast to benefit the work of The Chaplaincy. Learn how his own cancer brought him closer to those in hospice; and how he hopes his story blesses your life. Chuck's story
AUDREY is a volunteer for Cork’s Place & the hospice. She volunteers because, “It’s good for my soul.”
Read an article from The Chaplaincy's Newsletter by Audrey entitled:
"Cork's Place Training"
RENETTE & JERRY help The Chaplaincy by sharing their painting talents to keep rooms clean and colorful. They volunteer because, “It brings us joy to help others.”
JEAN is an "11th Hour Volunteer" for those in hospice care. She volunteers because she believes in giving back....but she says, "I get more than I give."
Read an article from The Chaplaincy's Newsletter by Jean entitled: "Cold Hands, Warm Heart"
KAY is a "Jill of all trades" and helps in every area of The Chaplaincy. She received a special award during our annual volunteer appreciation party for her many talents. Kay said, "working at The Chaplaincy allows her to give back to those who helped her and her family."