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YOUR GIFTS

Volunteers are the heart of Hospice Brazos Valley. You can help fulfill our mission of enhancing the quality of life of Central Texas residents through serving in a variety of ways. Many service opportunities exist to suit your unique skills and allow you to give as much time as you desire when it best suits your schedule.  Bring joy and comfort as a volunteer by lending an ear, holding a hand, sharing a hobby, delivering fresh flowers, or assisting in the office or resale stores. Weekdays, evenings, and/or weekend opportunities are available. 

Specialized training is provided.

Read more below or call us to discover how you can use your gifts to make a positive impact in your community.

Submit completed applications or questions via email to

volunteer@hospicebrazosvalley.org

Hospice Brazos Valley volunteer with Bryan Volunteer Coordinator, Raschel York

63,649 MILES

Volunteer miles driven to deliver miles of

smiles and comfort.

11,922 HOURS 

Total hours of service

donated from the heart

and 3,892 direct support

hours selflessly given with care.

308,740.41 DOLLARS

Monetary value of volunteer

service.  Entering the lives of patients and leaving forever changed: Priceless.

Volunteers are the heart of Hospice Brazos Valley. You can help fulfill our mission of enhancing the quality of life of Central Texas residents by serving in various ways. Many service opportunities exist to suit your unique skills and allow you to give as much time as you desire when it best suits your schedule. Bring joy and comfort as a volunteer by lending an ear, holding a hand, sharing a hobby, delivering fresh flowers, or assisting in the office or resale stores. Weekdays, evenings, and/or weekend opportunities are available. 

Specialized training is provided.

Read more below or call us to discover how you can use your gifts to make a positive impact in your community.

Submit completed applications or questions via email to

volunteer@hospicebrazosvalley.org

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Patient & Family Support

Be a crucial part of the hospice team by providing support and respite for caregivers and families. Volunteers support patients and families in many ways, including visiting patients, providing caregiver respite, running errands, letter writing, or reading to patients. Opportunities are also available at our Inpatient Facility to serve patients and families during their stay.

Posy Express

The Posy Express is a flower delivery program that was implemented by Hospice Brazos Valley volunteers. This program is the hub around which many other volunteer interventions rotate. Every week of the year, with the exception of national holidays, volunteers arrange and deliver approximately 50-60 vases of fresh flowers to our hospice patients and their families,

as flowers are available.

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Grief & Bereavement Support

Bereavement volunteers are specially trained to assist and follow-up with bereaved family members and friends of patients served. Special volunteer training programs are designed for individuals interested in assisting with bereavement programs.

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Office Support

Office volunteers help in administrative or clerical capacities, preparing mail-outs, assisting with special projects, and participating where needed in matters not directly related to patient care. Other tasks include computer data entry, filing, and answering the phone.

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Fundraising Events

Have fun decorating, greeting guests, or helping with event set up/clean up.  Our annual fundraising events require numerous volunteers to assist in coordination before, during, and after the event. Volunteers can also help publicize, decorate, and secure sponsorships and donations, and/or mail invitations.

Outreach and Education

Do you love talking to people? Are you passionate about educating the public about hospice and community health services?  You would be perfect to represent Hospice Brazos Valley at health fairs, senior expos, chamber events, or present to civic groups about hospice services. 

Special training available.

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Special Projects

Special ability in construction, carpentry, plumbing, painting, and remodeling, music,

sewing and quilting are valued skills needed to help improve Hospice Brazos Valley’s various facilities, or to assist in making patients' homes safe and comfortable.

Veterans Honored

Hospice Brazos Valley is grateful for the opportunity to show our community's appreciation to veteran patients for their sacrifice of time, talent, and treasure to ensure our country's safety. Veterans are presented with a Certificate of Appreciation and a pin that symbolizes the bond between Hospice and Veterans. If a patient desires, a veteran volunteer can be paired with them when available for support and to talk about shared experiences. 

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BRING JOY & COMFORT

When you give, you receive so much more in return. All volunteers are provided with special training required to become part of our team. Training time can vary depending upon the area in which you choose to serve. Volunteers must be 18 years or older to apply.

HOSPICE

AUXILIARY

The Hospice Auxiliary is a separate non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and advancing HBV’s mission through unique fundraising events, volunteering and advocating for Hospice Brazos Valley

in the communities we serve.

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BOARD OF

DIRECTORS

The Hospice Brazos Valley Board of Directors reside within our service area and are active members in the communities we serve. They understand the hospice philosophy, support the work of Hospice Brazos Valley and are committed to helping those in our community who need end-of-life care. Our Board of Directors bring a diverse set of skills and experiences providing mission based leadership, governance and oversight.

The involvement of the Board is critical to the success of Hospice Brazos Valley’s mission.  Leadership and expertise are qualities that move missions forward. We partner with members of our communities who bring knowledge, compassion, and a desire to make a difference.  If you are interested in learning more,

please call Lisa McNair, CEO, at 979-821-2266 or email.

SEND A

MESSAGE

As a non-profit, Hospice Brazos Valley's volunteers serve as the heart of the hospice care provided to each patient and family.  If you are interested in learning more about how you can share your gifts to make a difference in the lives of hospice patients in your community, send a message to our volunteer coordinators by completing and submitting the form below:

Thank you for contacting Hospice Brazos Valley! Your message sent. A HBV team member will reach out to you soon. For immediate assistance during office hours, please call 800-824-2326.