Hospice of Davidson County, a recognized leader in the advancement of quality end-of-life care across the Piedmont Triad, recently welcomed Rebecca Sink as its new volunteer team leader.
In her new job, Sink is responsible for education, coordination and management for the more than 75 agency volunteers. In addition, she’ll oversee the recruitment and orientation of new volunteers.
Sink is a Davidson County resident, bringing more than 15 years of nonprofit experience to Hospice of Davidson County. She previously worked with Wake Forest Baptist Health and The American Cancer Society as its community manager for Relay For Life.
“Many times, in my personal life I have been deeply touched by hospice care,” said new Hospice of Davidson County Volunteer Team Leader, Rebecca Sink. “Therefore, I am very excited to be working within our community to grow the agency’s volunteer program so that Hospice of Davidson County can continue to provide support and companionship to those through their end-of-life journey.”
Currently, Hospice of Davidson County is seeking patient-family and receptionist volunteers for service in its administrative offices, home care and The Henry Etta and Bruce Hinkle Hospice House.
Hospice of Davidson County will hold an orientation and the first of several volunteer training sessions beginning Aug. 14 from 6-9 p.m. Each session will be held in the administrative building on the Hospice of Davidson County Campus, located at 200 Hospice Way in Lexington. Applications and registration are required by August 10.
For more information on becoming a volunteer, visit hospiceofdavidson.org/volunteer or contact Rebecca Sink, volunteer team leader, at (336) 475-5444.
Contact: Erin McCloskey