Community Hospice is seeking rays of sunshine

| January 20, 2021

Community Hospice needs your help to provide Rays of Sunshine to patients and their caregivers. Project Sunshine is a year-round initiative driven by generous individuals, community groups or organizations who provide small gifts to brighten the lives of those receiving Hospice services. Examples of gift ideas include, but are not limited to: Treat bags, handmade sewing projects, handwritten cards of encouragement, gift bags/baskets with small items such as lotions, lip balm, nail polish, snack bars. No gift is too small, and rest assured, any gesture of kindness will bring a ray of sunshine and a smile to their faces.

Additionally, we are also always looking for kind, compassionate community members to add to the volunteer program. If you desire to support a local non-profit organization or have a passion for helping provide care and support to those most in need, consider becoming a volunteer. Due to the challenges of COVID, Community Hospice is now excited to offer online training and have many volunteering opportunities that will keep health and safety in mind.

To learn more about Project Sunshine or the volunteer program, reach out to Mary Mitchell, volunteer coordinator, at 740-622-7311 or via email at [email protected]

Community Hospice is a community-based, non-profit organization that has provided end-of-life care and support for patients and their families for more than 30 years. Service area includes Tuscarawas, Stark, Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton and surrounding counties. Their mission is to honor life by providing peace, hope and compassion to those served. For more information about Community Hospice, visit www.MyHospice.org or call 1-800-947-7284.

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