Friday, March 21, 2014

State of the Heart Hospice to Have Volunteer Information at First Friday

Pictured is Pauline Faller
If you have ever wondered about becoming a volunteer for State of the Heart Hospice, but never find the time to pursue that interest, you can mix information gathering with a fun evening in downtown Greenville. The nonprofit agency will join other agencies Friday, April 4 for an informative casual evening to learn of the many volunteer opportunities in our area. First Fridays is a program with a different focus each Friday.

“The First Fridays have become very popular and an evening that people look forward to,” stated Pauline Faller, Volunteer Manager for State of the Heart. “We will have an activity at our booth, along with literature about State of the Heart and particularly about our volunteer program,” she added. “It will be a fun filled evening mixed with learning more about volunteering.”

First Fridays is the name of an event on the First Friday of the month to promote a social setting for the community. Businesses and some restaurants are typically open later with some offering demonstrations, promotions and music. Also, all participants will receive a “passport” that they will have stamped at each booth and then be entered in a drawing for a door prize.

State of the Heart Hospice is observing 33 years of service to patients and families in eastern Indiana and western Ohio who are confronting a life limiting illness. Volunteers are an important part of the team providing care to patients and families and assisting staff in marketing and fundraising. Volunteers can choose what they prefer doing and can choose the number of hours they volunteer. Call Pauline Faller at 1-800-417-7535. Visit the agency web site for more information:

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