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Introduction of Volunteer Service


  1. To enhance the knowledge and participation of volunteers in the hospice and palliative care service;
  2. To promote the spirit of love and caring;
  3. To assist hospital staff in delivering service with efficiency and high quality.

Scope of Volunteer Service

I. In-Patient Unit

  1. Pantry Service
  2. Supper Service
  3. Class of Handicrafts
  4. Care Ambassor (Patient Companions)
  5. Hair-cutting service
  6. Festival Celebration

II. Home Care

  1. Old Aged Home visit

III. Day Hospice

  1. Assist patients to participate in Day Hospice activities
  2. Escort patients to Day Hospice
  3. Arrange interest classes and craft workshops,etc for patients
  4. Organize activities for patients during festivals

IV. Bereavement Service

  1. Breavement Care (Befriending Service V Condolence call)
  2. Assist in funeral arrangements
  3. Assist patients' relatives in daily tasks
  4. Assist in organizing bereavement programmes (Bereavement Drop-in Group)

V. Other services

  1. Clerical support


  1. Aged 16 or above and willing to offer your time and love to serve patients and their relatives;
  2. Applicants under 18 should obtain consent from parent/guardian;
  3. Suitable applicants will be selected to attend a volunteer training before rendering service in hospital. Volunteer sharing sessions, in-service trainings and award ceremony will be held regularly to enhance the skills and knowledge of volunteers towards service as well as awarding dedicated volunteers.

  5. Leaflet of Health Resource Center
    Leaflet of Bereavement Drop-in Group
    Volunteer Application Form (Eng)
    Application Form for Organization Volunteer (Eng)

Contact us
Health Resource Centre,
Bradbury Hospice,
17 A Kung Kok Shan Road,

Telephone numbers: 2645 8897
Fax number: 2762 1518
Office hours:
Monday - Friday
9:00am - 1:00pm
2:00pm - 5:00pm
Closed on Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays