• 113 Dr. Mann Road, Skowhegan, Maine 04976
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Gifts in Kind / Wish List

A donation of a Gift in Kind or choosing an item from our Wish List helps us by keeping costs to a minimum.

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Third Party Fundraisers

Do you have a heart for Hospice Volunteers? We welcome individuals who are willing to coordinate Third Party Fundraisers on behalf of Hospice Volunteers.

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Corporate / Community Giving

Hospice Volunteers relies on the support of many community organizations and businesses to meet our annual operational budget.

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Fundraising / Special Events

We coordinate several special events each year. Keep an eye out for how you can help with an upcoming one.

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Legacy Gift

Your gift of publicly-traded securities will allow you to see your Legacy Gift in action today! Or a deferred gift, like a gift in your Will, will provide an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy and will enable Hospice Volunteers to continue to care for the terminally ill for many years to come! What is […]

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Memorial Donations

You can honor someone special to you through a memorial donation to Hospice Volunteers. We will send a card to the family to tell them of your gift. You will receive a charitable tax receipt.

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General Donations

General donations go to the day-to-day operational budget, and allows you to make a difference in the life of a person that has a life-limiting illness.

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Continuing Education Opportunities for Volunteers

This page serves as a continuing education resource for HVOSC direct care volunteers. HVOSC volunteers need 8 hours of continuing education credits per year. Articles are valued at 0.5 hours and videos will be valued at their actual running time. For each article/video link read or viewed, please complete the following form as per instructions: […]

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Group Facilitator Volunteer

Volunteers that help to co-facilitate grief support groups. Types of support groups include: Drop in Support Groups: People grieve very differently and can benefit from other male members of this grief support group, where feelings are respected and group members learn what is normal during the grieving process, and that everyone grieves at their own […]

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Adult Bereavement Companion

A bereavement companion is someone who has been through their own grief journey and is willing to help someone else on their journey. The trained volunteers are compassionate people who can “walk beside” a grieving person; he/she will help the grieving person bear the burden of sorrow and may help them find hope for the […]

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