Pikes Peak Hospice Volunteer Opportunities

Your Time

Just an hour or two a week makes a difference. Volunteer opportunities include:

  • Companion Volunteers:  support patients in their homes, area facilities and our Inpatient Care Unit at Penrose Hospital
  • Welcome Volunteers:  support reception desks at our Tenderfoot Hill Street headquarters or our inpatient care unit at Penrose Hospital
  • Complementary Therapy Volunteers: support patient care using touch therapies, aromatherapy, Soothing Sounds music, and pet therapy teams
  • Helping Hands Volunteers:  support families with tasks after the death of their loved one
  • Veteran-to-Veteran Volunteers:  provide support to patients who have served our country
  • Friends in Faith Volunteers:  promote special relationship between volunteers, patients, and families based on spirituality
  • Administrative Volunteers:  assist office staff with administrative assignments
  • Assisting Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation with events, mailings and other special projects

How to Volunteer

To learn more about volunteering please contact Volunteer Services at 719-633-3400.  You may also complete an Online Application or download an Application Form to complete and mail to PPHPC Volunteer Services, 2550 Tenderfoot Hill Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80906.  

 

What Our Families Say

Please applaud everyone at the IPU for the loving care of my mom, 
hugs when I cried, answering questions when asked.  Thank you. ~ Patient's son

There are not words to describe how much everyone at Pikes Peak Hospice is appreciate. 
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking such great care of my loved one as she made her final journey. 
I will miss her terriby but am at peace because she was at peace in the end
which is largely due to the care of her Hospice team. 
Thank you to all the staff. ~ Patient's family

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Dr. Jessica Zitter returns to Colorado Springs
26 Jul

Join Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care for a free, community education event and presentation from Dr. Zitter about "A New Kind of Heroism" as she exposes the public health crisis from an insider's perspective.