Make a Difference in Someone’s Life

At Homestead Hospice, we need people like you to donate time, energy and experience in a variety of areas, including community outreach, social events within the community and direct patient contact. Together, we will be able to help patients and families living with terminal illness. Our volunteers continue to express their feelings of joy and inspiration as they make a difference in the lives of the patients and families they help.

Why Volunteer at Homestead?

Volunteering feels good!

Whether you’re a high school student, retired, or a stay-at-home mom there are opportunities for you to get involved. There are many advantages in volunteering, from gaining personal satisfaction to an addition on your resume or college application, ultimately everyone benefits from good deeds. Your time and presence brings joy to families everywhere. Many patients cherish social interaction and enjoy sharing stories. Just sitting with a patient to hear his/her life story may also change the path you take in life. You never know what you might learn. If your specialty is organizing, our office would be happy to have you on our volunteer team. Become part of the Homestead family to make a difference in your community.

The Benefits of Volunteering

  • Make a difference in a family’s life
  • Be active in your community
  • Make new friends
  • Enhance your education
  • Feed your soul
  • Fulfill your volunteer requirements

How You Can Help

You can make a huge impact on many lives. Your time and experience will help Homestead’s patients and families that are living with a terminal illness. There are many ways you can help:

  • Clerical Support
    • Record keeping
    • Clerical work
  • Community Support
    • Serving meals
    • Fundraising
    • Participating in events
  • Special Skills/Therapies
    • Massage therapy
    • Arts
    • Pet therapy
    • Provide language skills
    • Cosmetology (hair, nails, make-up)
    • Other personal care needs
  • Support for Families
    • Running errands
    • Breaks for caregivers
    • Emotional support
  • Personal Touch
    • Reading books
    • Simple conversations
    • Walking
    • Listening

Homestead’s professional Volunteer Training Program provides comprehensive training for all volunteers.

If you need information on how to become a Homestead volunteer please Visit:

    • “The Homestead Hospice Greenwood, SC staff were so kind and compassionate to my family and to my mother, and I personally recommend Homestead  to others both professionally and personally.“

      -Dr. Joy Draper
    • “When I was taking care of my parents while raising my 2 young children, I was lucky to have been introduced to Homestead Hospice. They helped me take care of my parents during this difficult time”.

    • “Homestead Hospice of Greenwood, SC is currently providing care for residents in Ashley Place, assisted living facility. The staff has been kind and compassionate to our residents and families, and, we receive positive feedback often.  We are impressed with the interaction homestead staff have with our residents for activities and nurturing arts events as well. They provides excellent care to our residents, and we are very pleased with these services”.

      -Nursing Resident Director, Chris Sayer
    • “My Dad was in ICU with Leukemia. His wish was to pass away at home and not in the hospital. After three long weeks of being in ICU he was not improving so he was referred to Hospice. Homestead Hospice, Warner Robins received the referral and he was home same day. He was put on Continuous Care, the Homestead team never left. He passed away the next day peaceful at home surrounded by his family. I know this would not have happened without Shay Massey the Administrator at the Warner Robins office working so hard to get him home on high flow O2. My family and I will always be grateful for the love and care shown to my Dad and family during this time. I know that we wouldn't have been able to go through this without the Warner Robins, Homestead team.“

      The Collins Family
  • Hope Fundation