Fairview Hospice is able to provide many of its services because of the generosity of our volunteers. Serving as valued members of the health care team, volunteers enhance the patient and family experience by meeting specific needs. Explore a list of the different ways you can volunteer or listen to one of our volunteer stories.
How do I become a volunteer?
The application, screening and training process takes three to four weeks.
How does volunteer training work?
Total training time is approximately 12 hours for hospice volunteers, 4 hours for palliative care volunteers, and 2 hours for office volunteers.
Are there costs involved?
Do I need medical experience or training?
No, all of the training you need will be provided by Fairview Home Care and Hospice.
Do I have to be a volunteer for a minimum number of hours?
Where will I be volunteering?
Our patients are located throughout the Twin Cities metro, Princeton and Chisago City areas. Patients live in private homes or in care facilities. Volunteers choose their own assignments and typically see patients within 10-30 minutes of their own home. Office volunteers can work at the hospice offices in Minneapolis, Princeton or Chisago City.
Please note that hospice volunteering is different from hospital volunteering. If you are interested in volunteering at a Fairview hospital, visit their webpage.
What are the requirements for Fairview Home Care and Hospice volunteers?
Interested in volunteering at Fairview Home Care and Hospice?
Use the link above to fill out an application. If you have further questions, call 612-728-2408.