Volunteer with Treasure Health

 

Volunteers Change Lives

 

Since 1982, volunteers have led our organization  and they continue to do so today. An integral part of our team, our volunteers play many roles from working with patients, families and pets to providing organizational direction on the Treasure Health Board of Directors and Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation Board of Trustees. Volunteers assist in fulfilling our mission and add great value to the experience of the individuals and families we serve. We couldn’t do it without our volunteers and their generosity of time and spirit.

Ways to Volunteer

Caregiving

A cherished personal interaction

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Administrative Support

Help keep things running

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  • Caring for Patients

    Visit patients and families wherever they are. Help with simple tasks like running errands. Your support offers respite for caregivers.

  • Veteran to Veteran

    Volunteers who are themselves veterans take special pride in pinning veterans under the care of Treasure Health, sharing the special bond between those who have served in the military.

  • Treasured Pets

    Volunteers with a particular interest in pets participate in the Treasured Pets program, providing daily care of pets while their owners are being cared for by Treasure Health.

  • HosPet

    HosPet therapy provides joy to patients in our care through pet therapy.

  • 11th Hour

    11th Hour volunteers provide emotional support to loved ones as patients near end of life. This meaningful support is critical in assisting our Crisis Care team.

  • Spiritual Care

    Offering spiritual care and support is a key component of the support hospice offers. If a patient requests the services of a chaplain, volunteers can assist in that care for individuals and families.

Administrative Support

Help keep things running

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  • Special Events and Fundraising

    Throughout the year, Treasure Health and other groups on our behalf conduct special events. Special event volunteers are greatly needed and are critically important.

  • Thrift Boutique

    Put your retail and sales experience to work by volunteering at one of our thrift boutiques.

  • Marketing Volunteer

    Help get the word out about important hospice services by preparing and organizing marketing collateral for Treasure Coast Hospice, a service of Treasure Health. Are you good at organizing? Help keep up press books and current collateral examples.

If you're interested in volunteering but aren't quite sure where you fit in, get in touch with us at info@treasurehealth.org. Whatever your skills and interests, we can help you find a way to make a difference and receive great satisfaction in return.

  • Special Events and Committee Volunteer

    We are looking for community-minded and sociable individuals who are outgoing, willing to engage with others, reliable and punctual. Responsibilities will vary depending on the event but may include tasks such as pre-event committee participation, mailings, silent auction pick-up and deliveries, preparing goody bags, event setup and breakdown, guest greeting and registrations, silent and live auction help, raffle ticket sales, food and beverage service and many other miscellaneous tasks.

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  • Foundation Database/Data Entry Volunteer

    As a database/data entry volunteer, you will put to work your knack for typing, proofreading, and love of procedures and consistency. Working closely with members of the database team, you will have the opportunity to add, research and correct data in our 100,000-plus record database, and to contribute to special projects like our annual report, direct-mail solicitations and database audit. You will be impassioned knowing that the work you do is vital to the fundraising and community relations successes by reaching out to our community to ensure our services remain available to anyone regardless of ability to pay.

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All volunteers are required to complete New Volunteer Orientation sessions, which are held throughout the year at our offices in Stuart and Ft. Pierce. In order to attend those sessions, you must first apply for and be accepted as a volunteer.

Volunteers will also be required to pass a Level 2 background check.

Please contact 772.403.4500 to learn more about how to become a volunteer.

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To apply for a volunteer position, contact the

Volunteer Department at 772-403-4500.

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A Message from Our CEO

Susan de Cuba

President and Chief Executive Officer

Few creatures inspire as much wonder as the hummingbird. Tiny, yet strong enough to migrate 500 miles across the Gulf of Mexico, this brilliant bird is the ultimate symbol of resilience. So it’s only fitting that we have incorporated a hummingbird into our new look and logo to symbolize our organization’s life-affirming mission.

Under the Treasure Coast Hospice name, we have grown our services beyond our cornerstone hospice program to include palliative care, grief support counseling and specialized pediatric care. To better reflect our expanded scope of community services, we have changed the name of our parent organization to Treasure Health, while our flagship hospice program will continue to be called Treasure Coast Hospice.

Hospice will always be the heart of our mission. The same outstanding care the community has known since 1982 will continue. The experience we’ve gained during the past 35 years translates well to other services that improve quality of life. Our full spectrum of support includes Treasure Coast Hospice, Treasure Health Palliative Care, Treasure Health Pediatric Care and Treasure Health Grief Support.

With all of our services, our goal is to empower patients and families with the knowledge and support they need to make every moment count.  Guiding our efforts is a caring community of health professionals, volunteers and donors. Like me, they believe that in all stages of illness, everyone deserves to experience the best possible quality of life.

With our comprehensive, compassionate approach to palliative care, hospice services and grief support, we are building communities that allow people to drive their own destinies for the highest quality of life in every health circumstance.

We are excited to embrace a fresh brand that helps us promote our life-affirming philosophy and look forward to having you join us as a trusted partner in supporting our community’s healthcare journey.

For more, see our spring newsletter
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Five Wishes ®

“Five Wishes ®” is an easy-to-use legal document written in everyday language to help you plan how you want to be cared for in case you become seriously ill. It is America’s most popular living will.

You decide: With more than 18 million copies in circulation, “Five Wishes ®” helps you express what you want in the areas that matter the most to you: personal, spiritual, medical and legal. It helps you describe what good care means to you, whether you are seriously ill or not, so your caregiver knows exactly what you want.

Gift to your family: “Five Wishes ®” can help start and guide family conversations in advance of serious illness, so completing it is a gift to your family, friends and also your doctor. It keeps them out of the difficult position of having to guess what kinds of treatment you want or don’t want.

Meets Florida law: “Five Wishes ®” meets the legal requirements for an advance directive in Florida and 41 other states. All you need to do is check a box, circle a direction, or write a few sentences. Once it is signed and witnessed, your “Five Wishes ®” becomes a legal document.

To learn more about “Five Wishes ®”or to schedule a presentation for your group or community, please email Craig Perry  in Martin County or Tracey Kinsley in St. Lucie County.