Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast Membership and Volunteer Opportunities


20 Ragsdale Drive, Suite 260 P.O. Box 1798
Monterey, CA 93942-1798 (831) 333-9023 Fax: 373-4124
E-mail: info@hffcc.org Home: www.hffcc.org

Become a Member of the Hospice FoundationEnjoy the Benefits of Membership
Membership Registration Click here to register for Membership
or Become a VolunteerHow to Become a Hospice Foundation Volunteer


As a member of Hospice Foundation . . .

Hospice Foundation You feel the satisfaction that comes from helping make it possible for families to receive hospice care and the supportive services they need.
Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast You help ensure that hospice care will be available as a choice for anyone who needs it at the end of his or her life.
Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast Your participation helps educate your loved ones, neighbors, friends and many others about hospice care. You become an "ambassador" in the Hospice Foundation's community outreach efforts.
Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast If you wish, you also have many opportunities to become involved in the mission to fundraise for hospice care, which can make a difference in your life and certainly in the lives of so many Central Coast families who need this care.

Take a look at these Member Benefits . . .

Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast Special loose-leaf binder edition of "Notes to My Family" - As a new member, you will receive our popular binder in which you catalog important information for your loved ones. In one place, you indicate such things as the locations of your financial and legal documents, such as a will, to giving the instructions about how to turn the gas line off in your house. The binder also includes pockets in which to contain other information for your survivors. Renewing members, who received a "Notes" binder already, may request a copy for a family member or friend.
Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast Renewing members will receive all of the benefits of new members listed here, plus a packet of consumer education booklets from the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization that have been specially compiled for you by Hospice Foundation:
  • About Caregiving
  • Advance Medical Directives
  • Palliative Care: Comfort Caring
Hospice Foundation Invitations to the Foundation’s educational seminars - Throughout the year, you’ll have numerous opportunities to attend seminars on life transitions planning, retirement and estate planning, and planned giving.
Hospice Foundation for the Central Coast Invitation to Annual Meeting - You’ll be invited to attend the Foundation’s annual meeting where grants are awarded to local agencies providing hospice care. In recent years, the Hospice Foundation has featured as keynote speakers for its annual meeting nationally renowned professionals in health care who are working to improve end-of-life care in the United States.
Hospice Foundation Newsletters/Annual Reports - The Hospice Foundation publishes two newsletters a year and an annual report. The publications chronicle the Foundation’s grant-making activities, profile organizations which receive grants, announce special events, and list the names of donors and memorial gifts.
HOW YOU CAN BECOME INVOLVED AS A  VOLUNTEER

 
  Hospice Foundation hosts and organizes several events throughout the year as part of its fundraising and community outreach activities. These events include the Hospice Foundation Golf Scramble in September, Trees of Life in Monterey, Salinas, Hollister and King City in December. We also organize the Gobblers and Gifts prize drawing in the fall, and the Foundation’s Annual Meeting, as well as educational seminars and other events.

    Volunteers are always welcome to serve as event chairs or on organizing committees, to assist in the Foundation office with data entry, invitation assembly or with other mailings. Assistance is also welcome with registering guests at events, serving as greeters, and with a variety of other activities or clerical duties. You may even have special skills, such as in computer technology or marketing, that you would like to offer. As a volunteer, you’ll enjoy the camaraderie with staff and others, and you’ll be helping to support hospice care in our community.

    Please call us and let us know about your interests. For more information about volunteer opportunities, E-mail Diane Kelley at dkelley@hffcc.org or call (831) 333-9023.


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