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Why We Need Volunteers
“Last Patrol” --- BEFRIENDING, HONORING, and SUPPORTING veterans in hospice.
Our veterans served America. They protected us and our way of life. We must stand by them. Our veterans know about patrolling land, sea, and air. Veterans in hospice are on their final fight and in their last patrol. Whether it goes by the name “battle buddy” or “shipmate” or “wingman” --- all veterans understand that tough assignments are best faced together.
Last Patrol connects veteran volunteers to hospice care providers caring for veterans in end-of-life care. We cooperate with hospices around the county to bring our services. Hospice care takes place in private homes and facilities in communities across America. We encourage volunteerism, fellowship, and cooperation with hospice providers and nursing homes to bring new friendships when friendship matters most --- so a veteran’s last patrol isn’t alone.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Volunteer to be a friend to a veteran in hospice
Tell us about a veteran in hospice
Adopt a Care Facility
Cards of Gratitude
Help recruit veterans to join us for bonding, support, and friendship
Help obtain honorary gifts, such as flags and quilts, we can present to veterans • Liaise with other veteran’s charitable organizations and public events for Last Patrol
Assist us in publicizing stories of service of veterans in hospice
Provide financial support to make this Last Patrol possible for America’s veterans