Union Gas recently supported the Chatham-Kent Hospice Volunteer Program with a $20,000 donation towards volunteer network initiatives.
“Whether it’s working together on infrastructure projects, contributing as leaders in the business community or supporting local charities and non-profit groups, Union Gas feels strongly about working with our neighbours to make our great communities even better,” Steve Baker, president, Union Gas, said in a media release. “We support the Chatham-Kent Hospice and the volunteer network initiatives as they are critical to making a real and lasting contribution to our community.”
“Volunteers are important members of our Hospice Care team and are key to services offered to local families. All our volunteers are provided with specialized training when they start as well as ongoing support and training so they can provide the best possible end-of-life care to our Hospice families. We are very grateful to Union Gas for their generosity. The funds will help us continue to support our 200 active volunteers who fill a variety of roles,” shared Melanie Watson, Volunteer Coordinator, Chatham-Kent Hospice.