Volunteers Impact Signature’s Revolution
Louisville, Ky., July 23, 2018 – Volunteers are making a difference for Signature HealthCARE residents and families across the revolution as the James 1:27 Mission Project grows to over 30 locations. With opportunities to volunteer based on your time and talents, Signature volunteers serve others with purpose.
“It’s important for everyone to have a friend, and Signature volunteers become friends of our residents, our families and our communities. A seemingly small moment from a volunteer can make a big impact in the lives of our residents,” David Baumgartner, Vice President of Spirituality, said.
Stories of Signature volunteers impacting others come from across the revolution:
Signature HealthCARE of Hartford recently honored their Volunteer of the Year, Edna, who has donated over 1,000 hours personally visiting with residents in 2018 alone.
Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center and Signature HealthCARE of Jackson Manor welcomed a local Girl Scouts for a day of arts and crafts.
At Morgantown Care & Rehabilitation Center, Doug, a passionate volunteer, leads singing, bible study and personal visits with elders in different neighborhoods at Morgantown Care.
Signature HealthCARE of Jacksonville partnered with Amerihealth Caritas to deliver personal, handmade cards to residents for all occasions from Father’s Day to Christmas to Easter.
At Liberty Care and Rehabilitation, one volunteer raised over $500 for elders to visit the life-size Ark replica in Williamstown, Kentucky.