You can be part of the Duke HomeCare & Hospice Family
Whether you want to provide hands-on help or simply shop in our community, there are many ways to offer support.
Getting Involved is Easy!
Our work would not be possible without the generosity of our donors and the time given by our volunteers, who continue to keep our operational costs low. With your support, we can continue to make major strides toward improving care for members of our community.
Become a Volunteer
There are a variety of ways for volunteers to assist our patients and their families, including: providing in-home patient/family support; serving on the committee for our annual gala; becoming a Patient Family Advisory Council Member (PFAC); and helping with administrative support. Learn more about becoming a volunteer and the volunteer opportunities available with Duke HomeCare & Hospice. You can also download a PDF brochure of this information.
Become a Patient Family Advisory Council Member
Volunteers on the Duke Hospice Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) provide insight on hospice care from the perspective of patients, patient families, and hospice volunteers. PFAC volunteers provide direct and timely input to Duke Hospice leaders on a broad range of initiatives and practices, with the goal of delivering the best services possible to patients, their families, and the community. If you're interested in joining our PFAC or want to learn more, please contact Kellie Brockman, Director of Business Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am passionate about the work of hospice because it touches the whole family transformatively. Hospice helps families navigate what can be a trying and grief-stricken part of life.
YOUR GIFT CREATES A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR OUR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
We appreciate gifts of every size and ensure that your generous donation is used to provide comfort for our patients and their families. You can choose a dollar amount to give now or continue exploring more ways that you can support Duke HomeCare & Hospice.