Southeast Texas Senior Volunteer Opportunity – Become a Harbor Hospice Volunteer

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Become a Harbor Hospice Volunteer

Are you looking for a special Southeast Texas senior volunteer opportunity?

It takes a very special, caring person to give of themselves as unselfishly as a hospice patient care volunteer.

Hospice volunteers may do a number of important tasks that range from assisting in office work to being there at a dying patient’s bed side.


If you’d like to be a part of the Harbor Hospice volunteer team, here are some examples of the activities you can assist with:

  • reading to a patient
  • holding a hand
  • staying with a patient while family members take a needed break or keep an appointment
  • shopping or doing errands for a patient
  • listening
  • helping patients write or tell their life stories
  • cooking, light household chores
  • providing help with personal grooming, such as makeup and hair
  • assisting with bathing, shaving and other personal care
  • working on crafts or other projects

If you are looking for a meaningful Southeast Texas senior volunteer opportunity, hospice has a lot to offer.

If you would like to volunteer for Harbor Hospice, please contact :

Harbor Hospice

Harbor Hospice of Beaumont
2450 N. Major Drive | Beaumont, Texas 77713
(866) 373-5640 
| (409) 840-5640

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