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Different ways to volunteer
Our Volunteer Training
Every new bedside volunteer is matched with a mentor who provides comprehensive and practical knowledge of the caregiver role at Serenity House. We have found that this is the most successful approach to on-boarding new volunteers. Typically, new volunteers stay with their mentors for several sessions and always have the mentor as a resource for questions and concerns that may arise.
We offer several educational training programs throughout the year. All attendees receive a copy of the session material; these two items together provide a lasting benefit for our volunteers. In addition to our regularly scheduled Skills Training seminars, we also provide unique hands-on programs. Many of our speakers are well-known presenters skilled in end-of-life topics and session materials provide a lasting benefit to our volunteers.
TO DISCUSS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT ALISSA CONLIN AT 704-664-2004 OR MOORESVILLE@CAROLINACOMFORTCOALITION.ORG TO SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR.
Group and Organizational Opportunities
We often have outdoor projects such as yard work, tree trimming and window cleaning that need to be done, and welcome groups who are willing to assist with these duties. Our volunteer opportunities are ideal for church groups, corporate employees or scouting groups. Please call Serenity House of Mooresville at 704-664-2004 for more information on how your organization can help.
For More Information
We have speakers willing to come to your organization, church, or group to enlist your support for this project. Be part of the proud community that can serve its residents by establishing a comfort care home in your town.
Complete our Speaker Request Form.
All of our support services are provided free of charge.
Serenity House is about the dignity of life and a peaceful ending to a precious journey. Our residents will have a prognosis of three months or less and desire a natural end to life. Around the clock family type care is provided free of charge by volunteers from the community who become the surrogate family.