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Become a Volunteer

Palliative Volunteer Training Program
Spring 2023

Direct Care Palliative Volunteer

The Direct Care Palliative Volunteer's role is to provide emotional, social, and spiritual support to those that are dying and their loved ones.


There is a variety of roles that a Palliative Care Volunteer can do, such as:

Direct client visits, including:

GRB Hospital

Quesnel Hospice

Dunrovin Lodge

the community of Quesnel

Other Helpful Roles:


Vigil support

Bereavement support

Life historian

Spiritual Care Companion


Music therapy

To become a Direct Care Palliative Volunteer, applicants must complete the following steps:

1. Fill out the Palliative Care Volunteer Form

2. Submit two reference letters


3. Complete a criminal records


4. Send the completed forms to:

Email: QDHPCA Executive Director

Or by mail:

QDHPCA Executive Director

 c/o Suzannah Meir

Box 4537 

Quesnel. BC

V2J - 3J8

Once we have received this information about you, we will contact you for an interview and to arrange a spot in one of our Volunteer Training Programs that are offered each spring and autumn.

Indirect Care Palliative Volunteer

There a are a variety of ways volunteer with the QDHPCA, such as:

Public awareness presentations

Special events & fundraising

Hike for Hospice event

Hearts for Hospice Gala committee

Decorating​ events

Donation recruitment

Clean-up committee

Ticket selling


Holiday decorating of Hospice unit 

Bedside singers


Pet therapy

Website researchers

Website writers

If your would like to become an Indirect Care Palliative Volunteer, please contact the QDHPCA Volunteer Coordinator at:

Phone: 250-985-5816


Email: QDHPCA Executive Director



Indirect Care Palliative Volunteer Form


Helpful Websites


Volunteer BC

The voice of volunteerism with the goal of promoting the value of volunteerism and building healthy BC Communities. Their programs help British Columbians mobilize their talents as volunteers, offer education opportunities, provide useful tools and ways to address critical community needs


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