Pictured Above: Helen Henson and Francis Junk organize patient files.


Where Do Volunteers Fit In? Hospice of Fayette County works as a team.  We provide 24/7 services to our patients through our clinical and office departments. Volunteers help in all departments and we could not function without volunteers.  You can help make a difference. How Can I Volunteer?

- Home visits: Visit with our patients in their home.  This could mean watching t.v. with someone, be a friendly voice to speak with or ear to listen, playing games, giving caregivers time off and patients a safe time to rest.  Our home visit volunteers are much needed and much loved by our patients and their families.

- Skilled Nursing Facility visits (SNF visits): Visit with residents one on one at a SNF, visit our patients who live in a SNF, help activity directors with games or activities.

- Bereavement team:  Hospice of Fayette County provides a 13 month bereavement program for those affected by a loss.  Our volunteers help by sending mailings to those in the program or making calls.

- Office help: Come to the Hospice of Fayette County office and help with a variety of duties.


We provide any and all training that you may need as a Hospice of Fayette County volunteer!

Interested in Becoming a Volunteer?

Let us know!

Peggy Penrod

Debra Perry

Luella Puckett

Marlene Rankin

Jeannie Rivers

Glenna Rowe

Steven Schrader

Kathy Schriver

Cindy Sholler

Mary Ann Smith



Meet Our Volunteers

   Nancy Chaney

   Kyler Dawson

   Nell Forstall

   Gwynne Gibson

   Carol Halliday

   Mary Havens

   Helen Henson

   Betty Jones

   Frances Junk

   Molly Mickle

   Jeanette Morris



Become a Volunteer!