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Hospice de Regenboog is looking for volunteers!

Hospice De Regenboog on the Oudedijk in Rotterdam is a home for people who are terminally ill and know that they are going to die. Volunteers have an important task. They provide meals, help with physical care and give substance to being there for others in the broadest sense of the word. Do you want to be there for someone who needs it? We offer support and training, in addition to a travel allowance and third-party insurance. I look forward to your response!

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Rotterdam

Cooking & meals
Cleaning
Buddy & company

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Hospice De Regenboog on the Oudedijk in Rotterdam is a home for people who are terminally ill and know that they are going to die.

Volunteers have an important task. They provide meals, help with physical care and give substance to being there for others in the broadest sense of the word.

Do you want to be there for someone who needs it?

We offer support and training, in addition to a travel allowance and third-party insurance.

I look forward to your response!

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Weekly from 7 to 8 hours

Location

Rotterdam

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Suitable for youth

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Social & wellbeing
Religion & meaning
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Cooking & meals
Cleaning
Buddy & company
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