Parenting With Purpose Workshop
Saturday, July 29 • 9:00-11:00a at First Presbyterian Church.
Cheri Sabo, licensed family counselor, will be addressing the important subject of technology- its effects on relationships, rules setting (use and screen time) and internet safety.
As always, our workshops are free and childcare is provided. We do require pre-registration through email email@example.com
or voicemail at 843-681-3696
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- Home Instead Senior Care -
Our company is founded on Christian principles and we are seeking mature, dependable, compassionate people to spend time each week with seniors. Our mission is to improve quality of life and allow people to remain in their homes. Home Instead Senior Care provides a variety of non-medical services that allow seniors to remain in their home and meet the challenges of aging with dignity, care and compassion.
Please feel free to contact me, I would be happy to answer any questions. Stefanie Lassly: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Beaufort County School District - Adult Education Volunteers Needed
We are in need of dedicated, committed, retired educators with a desire to help students improve their literacy skills.
Please contact Dr. Juanita Murrell, Director
- ISLAND HOSPICE -
Island Hospice helps clients with a life-limiting illness and their families cope with life’s final journey. We provide clinical care, comfort and support, allowing families to focus on being together.
Below is information about Island Hospice, for more information please see: http://islandhospice.com/volunteer/
or contact Michelle Darsey at : 912-721-5130 or email@example.com
Patient and caregiver visitation and respite care – Provide companionship and support to patients and families in their homes. Volunteers may also visit a patient exclusively, giving family members a respite from providing care, thereby permitting them some much-needed free time. Volunteers may also perform some tasks such as yard work or light housework.
Pet Therapy – Owners of certified “therapy dogs” visit with patients in their homes or facilities to provide companionship.
Music and art therapy – In conjunction with our licensed therapists, volunteers work with patients and families to provide outlets for alternative visual and musical expressions of their thoughts, feelings and emotions.
Special projects – May include making special treats or items for the patients and families at the holidays, for patients’ birthdays, or other special occasions. A special project may also constitute fulfilling a “special wish” for a patient and his/her family.
Community outreach – Participation in education and social events to increase awareness of the services offered by Island Hospice and to recruit new volunteers.
Fundraising – Assistance with planning and presenting a variety of fundraising activities in the communities we serve.
Office and phone support and computer work – Assistance with mailings, clerical duties and coordination of volunteer services, community events, and bereavement seminars.
Skill and talent contributions – We appreciate volunteers who are interested in sharing their skills/talents such as cooking/baking, music, crafts, landscaping, building wheelchair ramps, sewing, hairdressing, etc.
Donate items on our Wish List
- MEMORY MATTERS -
Give a gift of your time and join in volunteering with a great organization. We need loving hands and hearts to help with our fun and active seniors in our Social Day Program M-F. We can accommodate your schedule and needs, 4 hours a day or 4 hours a month. We also have opportunities in the office, arts and crafts, special events, etc.
Give us a call! 842-6688 • www.memory-matters.org