Hospice Volunteer Tapped For Points Of Light Award
Ms. Inez Lewis, a longtime Community Hospice Volunteer, has been awarded a Daily Points of Light award for her outstanding service and dedication.
The Daily Points of Light Award, created by the administration of President George H. W. Bush, honors one individual or group each weekday that has made a positive impact in their community.
Ms. Lewis has spent the last 11 years volunteering for Community Hospice in many different capacities including: visiting patients, providing support at the Community Hospice Alexander Cohen Hospice House and traveling the Central Valley to educate community members on resources offered by Community Hospice.
“Our dedicated volunteers are the heart of our organization and help us fulfill our mission each day,” said Lupe Perez, Community Hospice’s Director of Volunteers. “We are grateful for the support and dedication Inez has shared with our organization and are elated she received such a prestigious recognition.”
To learn more about Community Hospice volunteer opportunities visit hospiceheart.org or call 209-578-6300.
Community Hospice is the largest and oldest nonprofit hospice agency in the Central Valley. Serving the community since 1979, Community Hospice has cared for thousands of friends and neighbors offering compassionate and quality care, education and support to terminally ill patients and families, regardless of ability to pay. Care extends to over 2000 patients each year in private homes, skilled nursing facilities, retirement communities and at the 16bed inpatient Community Hospice Alexander Cohen Hospice House. Community Hospice also provides bereavement and grief support to anyone in the community. For more information, call (209) 578-6300 or visit hospiceheart.org.
Longtime volunteer for Community Hospice, Inez Lewis, right, was recently selected to receive a Daily Points of Light award for her outstanding service and dedication to the local organization.