Hospice Care Provider Snowline Needs Volunteers 

Nonprofit Looking For Big Hearts To Expand Mission.

SACRAMENTO – Snowline, an area leader in hospice and palliative care for the past 35 years, is expanding its active Volunteer Service Department in Sacramento.

To provide information to big-hearted individuals who would like to learn more about hospice and volunteering, Snowline is hosting an open house.

WHEN: Thursday, April 9
WHERE: Snowline Offices, 100 Howe Avenue, Sacramento, Suite 206S
TIME: 2:00 p.m. (light snacks will be provided)

Snowline volunteers are trusted friends and valuable liaisons. They act as an important link between a patient’s ongoing experience and Snowline’s clinical, spiritual and emotional team. Together, they provide the best possible comfort and care to those with life-limiting illness.

To RSVP or learn more, call 916-584-5704, or visit www.snowlinehospice.org and RSVP to the event under the “Volunteer Services” tab.

Community members are encouraged to attend and learn how a decision to volunteer at Snowline can make a profound difference in a hospice recipient’s quality of life, and how volunteering for Snowline could be the most meaningful expression of love and caring a person could ever make.

The Open House will explore a number of volunteer and training opportunities. Volunteers are needed to provide emotional and social support to patients and families by being a companion, reading aloud, playing music or games, running errands and providing family caregivers a break.

Snowline Hospice serves Sacramento, El Dorado, and Placer Counties by delivering end-of-life care and support to patients and their families.  Since 1979, Snowline has been dedicated to meeting the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who are nearing the end of life’s journey by providing more moments of life and supporting the grieving with compassion and dignity.