Volunteers are Hosparus backbone
In the mid-1970s, a group of thoughtful citizens came together joined by a common interest. They believed people deserved to live the best quality of life possible until the end of life. That meant having a choice in how and where they would spend those remaining months, weeks or days.
These selfless volunteers brought a new kind of care to our communities called “hospice.” They weren’t sure if it would work or if it would last – they did it anyway.