Date: Saturday, August 29, 2020
Location: Camp Mountaineer – 187 Camp Mountaineer Rd. Morgantown, WV 26508
Volunteer Application—Please complete the following:
Introduction– Director of Camp Caring will contact you to speak further regarding application, fingerprint process, and answer additional questions, etc. (You must be approved by Camp Caring Director to volunteer at Camp Caring)
Criminal Check – Because of the intimate nature of our work in the community, WV Caring conducts a criminal history check for all volunteers and paid staff. Please complete the last page (Authorization and Release for the Procurement of a Consumer and/or Investigative Consumer Report) and return this form with your application. Do not send in a check with this form; WV Caring pays all fees. The purpose of this form is to allow us to conduct a criminal history check. West Virginia does not check consumer information.
Training – Volunteer training, provided by experienced grief professionals, is mandatory for all camp volunteers. Training in the grief process and communication skills prepares you to offer support to those who attend Camp Caring. You will also receive important information regarding camp and the camp experience. Training dates will be set based on best availability for the most volunteers. Accommodations can be made as determined by Care Caring Director for those who are unable to attend training dates.
Transportation – We encourage all volunteers to drive themselves to camp or get together.
If you prefer to print the application and send in, you can click here to download.
SUBMIT APPLICATION BY MAIL, EMAIL, OR FAX:
Camp Caring email@example.com Fax #- 304-599-1125
3436 University Avenue
Morgantown, WV 26505
WV CARING ADVOCATES FOR THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE
In 1983, a group of volunteers in Preston County understood that people living with life limiting illnesses needed care. Their tireless work led to hiring WV Caring’s first paid employee and Founding President, Ms. Malene Smith Davis. And, under her leadership she led the expansion of care into eleven more counties for WV Caring, formerly Hospice Care Corporation, to become one of the oldest and largest non-profit hospices in West Virginia. Her trail-blazing work coincided with America’s leading policymakers more than 35 years ago ensuring that West Virginians received hospice care through the Medicare Hospice Benefit.
Today, as WV Caring’s Founding President, and Chief Visionary Officer Malene is known nationally for her work in advocating for excellent end-of-life care.