Hospice of Michigan Looking for Volunteers in Gaylord and Cadillac to Help with Memory Bear Program
Hospice is known for creating the most heartfelt care for people experiencing ‘end of life’. It’s an organization known for providing a level of compassion to both patients and their families during some of the toughest moments people have to face.
That’s why Hospice of Michigan wants to continue its unique Memory Bear program which is geared toward helping families through their grieving process. Kristen Daniels, the grief support service manager in the Hospice of Michigan Gaylord office says they’re looking for volunteers in the Gaylord and Cadillac areas to step up.
The volunteers would help sew the memory bears which are given one per family once a loved one has passed away. The bears can have special pieces of clothing or mementos from the family to create a memory of their loved ones.
If you would like to help or would like more information click on the Zoom interview above.
For a direct link to the Memory Bear program through Hospice of Michigan click here.