Volunteer: Be the Difference
Volunteers give families support, friendship and time together when they need it most.
They play a crucial role in providing excellent care and support to our patients and families. Currently, over 500 people volunteer to help those facing end of life — we simply could not do it all without volunteers!
Your time and talents, with our training and guidance, give families time together with the support and friendship that makes a difference when it matters most.
You can make a difference
Your valuable time and talent directly serves those in your community, enabling you to make a positive and immediate impact. Opportunities include:
- Meals of love
- Celebrations of Life
- Bucket list fulfillment
- Salon services
- Memory boards and photo albums
- Lawn maintenance
- Community education
- Veteran pinning ceremonies
It’s easy to become a volunteer at Lower Cape Fear LifeCare
We offer training both online and in person, and we make sure volunteering is accessible to all walks of life. This includes students, those with full-time jobs and those who have limited time but a willingness to serve.
Volunteers may serve as an individual or as part of a group. We welcome those of any age, but opportunities may be limited for those under age 18.
We particularly need male volunteers. In many cases, male patients prefer a male volunteer to provide companionship, social and emotional support.
Vet-to-Vet Volunteer Program
Veterans are in a unique position to give support and offer compassion to other veterans. This is why we are actively seeking and training volunteers with a service background as part of our extensive veteran service programs.
Become a volunteer today and see how you can be the difference in a patient’s life.
Call 910.765.8758 or complete our form to learn more about becoming a volunteer.
Check our calendar for upcoming volunteer training sessions.