Volunteer at Genesis Hospice - Genesis HealthCare System - Zanesville, Ohio

Volunteer at Genesis Hospice

Every volunteer has a unique contribution to make at Genesis Hospice. Whether you have swift fingers on the keyboard, enjoy talking and listening to people, or are good at repairing and building things, we can match you with a job that needs done. Every person has special skills and hospice offers opportunities to us those skills in ways that suit you best.

Ways You Can Volunteer

We have many different ways you can help families and patients in need of support.

Patient/Family Care

Offers patients and their families:
• Listening
• Memories
• Breaks for caregivers
• Caring

Office Support

Offers skills in such areas as:
• Office work
• Typing
• Mailings
• Receptionist duties

Other Support

Pet therapy
• Music therapy
• Gardening
• Pet Peace of Mind® (Keeping pets and people together through life's transitions)
• Fund-raising activities
• Participating in celebrations
• Committee involvement

Grief and Loss Support

Offers post-death support services for hospice families (services are based on individual family needs.)

Ready to Volunteer?

Call us today at 740-454-5682 or 800-953-7673 for more information on volunteering for Genesis Hospice Care (Morrison House).

Volunteers play a central role in providing comprehensive, compassionate care for patients and families. Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it form themselves. - Sir James Barrie

Start the Conversation

Learn about hospice services and how our team can help you or a loved one. Complete the referral form for Genesis Hospice or call 740-454-5682 or toll-free 800-953-7673.

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Related Services

  • Grief Support Group

    Genesis Grief Support Group is here to help you through your grief journey.

  • Hospice Care

    Genesis Hospice provides medical care and support services to patients and also to the patient’s family and caregivers.