Genesis Recognizes Volunteers During National Volunteer Week
50-year volunteer recognized
ZANESVILLE, OH (April 21, 2020) – Genesis HealthCare System recognizes volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 19 to 25. More than 360 volunteers donate their time and talents to the organization. The Genesis Volunteers banquet was canceled to protect against the spread of COVID-19. “Even though the banquet wasn’t held, we want to recognize our dedicated volunteers for their years of service,” said Jerry Nolder, executive director, Genesis HealthCare Foundation and Volunteers.
Volunteers recognized for hours or years of service include Terri Carpenter, Zanesville, who has volunteered 50 years and Diana Caton, Zanesville, who has given 30 years of service. Wanda Hagley, Zanesville, Jeanne Flanagan, Cambridge, and Betty Barnes, Nashport, are each recognized for 10,000 hours.
Volunteers perform many duties at Genesis, from greeting patients and families, to transporting patients, answering phones, helping Hospice patients and their families, and assisting with office work. Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer at Genesis can call (740) 454-4700 or fill out an application.