Longleaf Hospice is seeking volunteers to serve patients and families dealing with a life-limiting illness across the metro area. Volunteers are a crucial element to the Longleaf Hospice team, bringing an extra layer of care and support to patients and their loved ones. At Longleaf, volunteers help make patients' and caregivers' lives easier.

Longleaf is seeking compassionate, caring, and dedicated volunteers to offer

• Patient Support - reading, talking, taking walks, writing letters, making phone calls, running errands, playing games, engaging in a special project, and building friendships;

• Caregiver Respite - providing relief and peace of mind for the caregivers to have time to care for themselves and run errands, go to appointments, visit with friends, participate in support group meetings, or attend religious services.

For more information, contact Kirsten Black, Volunteer Coordinator, at (770) 939-9179 or email kirsten.black@longleafhospice.com.

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