Comfort Homesake is looking to train volunteers to participant in No One Dies Alone (NODA), a national program dedicated to providing support and companionship for dying individuals and caregivers. This program has onsite and virtual volunteering opportunities available. To participate in this volunteer opportunity you must be 18+ or older and attend our NODA training session. Sign up today to learn how to impact patient and caregiver health!
Become a caregiver volunteer, educator and learn how to train community members and health care providers on how to prepare families for medical emergencies.
Become a nonprofit community leader - host and attend community events and continue to spread the word about advanced health care planning.
Comfort Homesake was the first to present the No One Dies Alone program in Alameda County, CA.
We are looking to train volunteers to participate in No One Dies Alone (NODA), a national program that provides online and in-person volunteer support and companionship for terminal and dying individuals.
For more information about the next NODA training, please contact:
09:00 am – 05:00 pm