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Aurora Health at Home Hospice Green Bay/Manitowoc Area

Welcome to Aurora Health at Home Hospice! Green Bay/Manitowoc Area

We have many exciting volunteer opportunities at Green Bay and Manitowoc area to allow every volunteer to share their unique talents in a meaningful way.  Your volunteer participation will make a difference for our patients and care teams. We have everything from patient companions to pet therapy teams and much more! You can read more about some of our volunteer opportunities below. 

Our team works closely with you to find the right position and one that fits your schedule.  We welcome you to apply by clicking "Fill in an application".  Please answer the required information and click "Submit".  We will be in touch in within a few days.  We can't wait to meet you!

Questions? Call Volunteer Coordinator Lexi at 920-627-5306 or email at Lexi.pirman@aah.org.

"It has been an amazing experience to be able to be there for the patients.  I truly enjoy visiting and always look forward to when I am able to visit again." - Jessica

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Aurora Health at Home Hospice is a not-for-profit agency that is committed to serving our patients and families at home. Our team is taking the lead in end-of-life care, assuring that people can complete their life’s journey with dignity and compassion, surrounded by loved ones whose needs are also being met.

General Interests

Hospice Patient Facing Roles

When you become a hospice volunteer you become part of a very special team who help to make every day count by bringing joy and enhancing our patient's quality of life. There are many ways to help as a hospice volunteer. We help you find the right fit for your unique interests, talents and abilities.

Office Support/Administrative

Volunteers do amazing work behind the scenes to help many departments with special projects such as creating patient education folders, helping staff phones, stocking items or assisting with computer projects. We'll help you find the right project work that interests you!

Crafting

Prayer shawls, lap blankets, quilts, baby hats, stuffed toys...the list goes on and on with the many ways our talented volunteers share their gifts with our patients! We welcome any and all ideas of handmade items to lift the spirits of our patients. If you have an idea of something you'd like to share please let us know and we'll work with you to ensure it is safe for the patient's environment.

Pet/Animal Assisted Therapy

 

Our four-legged friends and their volunteer handlers bring joy and reduce anxiety for patients, visitors and teammates through our animal assisted therapy program. Dogs and at some sites, miniature horses, must be certified for animal assisted (pet) therapy and visit throughout our hospitals. They are beloved by all!

Spiritual Care

Our wonderful spiritual care volunteers partner with our spiritual care team to provide that much needed support for patients. Eucharistic ministers help deliver communion to patients and other volunteers help meet with patients to identify what type of spiritual care is needed so our chaplain team can get those resources for the patient.

Musical Talent Opportunities

Our volunteer musicians visit patients and gathering spaces within our hospitals to play music that provides a soothing escape from pain and isolation. Musicians typically play instruments such as piano, flute, harp, or any stringed instrument. Their talent is a gift to all -- our patients, teammates and visitors!

Spiritual Care

Our wonderful spiritual care volunteers partner with our spiritual care team to provide that much needed support for patients. Eucharistic ministers help deliver communion to patients and other volunteers help meet with patients to identify what type of spiritual care is needed so our chaplain team can get those resources for the patient.

Musical Talent Opportunities

Our volunteer musicians visit patients and gathering spaces within our hospitals to play music that provides a soothing escape from pain and isolation. Musicians typically play instruments such as piano (many hospitals have one in their main entrance area), flute, harp, or any stringed instrument. Their talent is a gift to all -- our patients, teammates and visitors!

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