The Kindness Crew at Ohio’s Hospice is comprised of staff who participate in a community volunteer day with other not-for-profit organizations as a way to support activities that enhance and serve the communities of Ohio’s Hospice affiliates. This spring, members of the Ohio’s Hospice Kindness Crew served at several nonprofit organizations to help meet community needs.
In Dayton, Kindness Crew volunteers from Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, Ohio’s Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties and Ohio’s Hospice sorted skids of food at The Foodbank of Dayton. Their efforts helped feed 180 families!
Kindness Crew volunteers with Ohio’s Hospice of Miami County served with two organizations in Troy. At the Lincoln Community Center, the Kindness Crew helped with landscaping, planting flowers. At First Place Food Pantry, our volunteers portioned out and bagged pet food, unloaded the supply truck, and stocked shelves and freezers at the food pantry.
In Highland County, Kindness Crew volunteers from Community Care Hospice in Wilmington and Ohio’s Hospice of Fayette County in Washington Court House spent time at Samaritan Outreach, filling shampoo and dish soap bottles for those in need. The Kindness Crew also stocked shelves, helped people get grocery items and assisted people with tomato and cucumber plants.
We appreciate the commitment these staff members bring to the hospice mission!
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