Wednesday, June 8, 10 am to 3 pm
Bright Star Center for Grieving Children and Families
3661 S. Babcock Street, Melbourne
ROCKLEDGE, FL - "Teens Linking Lives" (TL2) volunteer training will provide opportunities for youth in grades 9 through 12 to positively experience caring and compassion for terminally-ill patients.
Teens can help bridge the gap between young and old in our community to give these generations the chance to learn from each other.
Teens may be able to put some of their best talents and favorite hobbies to use for video production, scrap booking, special events, birthday, and anniversary celebrations, creating and delivering crafts and flowers to patients in skilled nursing facilities and the William Childs Hospice House.
For reservations, contact: Danielle Armstrong at 321-434-1782, or send an email to: Danielle.Armstrong@Health-First.org
6 reasons teens should receive Hospice Volunteer Training:
1) Positively impact others
2) Enhance college applications
3) Complete service learning requirements
4) Get a glimpse of the medical field
5) Meet new people from area schools
6) Learn life lessons not taught in school