Suncoast Hospice Volunteer Pinellas

You can make a difference - one life at a time

 
Hold a hand. Drive a car. Use a computer. Plan a golf tournament. Address envelopes. Feed a pet. Make a speech. Bake a cake. Ring up a sale. Make phone calls. Listen to cherished memories. Pat a shoulder. Give a hug. Touch a heart.
 
Wherever you choose to volunteer at Suncoast Hospice, there's a place for you. Whether you want to work directly with patients and families or in another role, you can make a big difference in someone's life, including your own.

Learn more about our different volunteer opportunities including:
Be sure to check out the latest edition of our quarterly e-magazine featuring the incredible work and service of our volunteers!

Did you know?
  • Training is provided at no cost.
  • Volunteer locations throughout Pinellas County.
  • Daytime, evening and weekend options available.
  • Volunteer from home.
  • Volunteer a few hours a week, a couple hours a month, or one-time opportunities.
  • Volunteer opportunities start for teens as early as age 14. Please visit our teen volunteer page for requirements.
  • No experience or medical background necessary.
Interested in volunteering? Fill out the online application and check out the volunteer calendar to learn more about upcoming volunteer trainings and how to register.

Suncoast Hospice Care Centers



Suncoast Hospice has three care centers located throughout Pinellas County. Our care centers are designed for the comfort of patients and families.
 

Stories

Hear stories from those we serve every day and the lives that have been touched and healed by Suncoast Hospice programs.
Suncoast Hospice Grief Counseling Volunteer Pinellas "Suncoast Hospice has helped me to grow in so many ways. Its grief support program gave me that place where I could find inner peace." ~ Mari

 

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News / Twitter / PR Updates

Tracy Christner, executive director of our advance care planning affiliate Project GRACE, spoke with ABC Action News about the importance of end-of-life conversations with not only seniors but young adults.



Suncoast Hospice and Bon Secours St. Petersburg Health System have come together to form a specialized partnership concentrated on broadening the range of care for patients living with advanced illness.