Volunteers and the community
- by Volunteer Hub
- June 11, 2015
New research from the Institute for Volunteering Research and the International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, shows how hospice volunteers continue to build bridges between hospices and the wider world.
It provides substantial evidence of volunteers both bringing the community in (eg being positioned ‘in between’ patients and paid staff and opening the hospice building up to the public) as well as taking the hospice out into the community (eg the increasing involvement of volunteers in hospice at home services and communicating the mission and values of organisations to the general population).
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