Wealth of volunteer experience benefits state’s largest not-for-profit hospice
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (August 8, 2019) – Arbor Hospice (HOM) is pleased to announce Megan Cadle, MPA, CVA as its new volunteer program manager for the West Michigan region, serving the Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Ludington and Muskegon communities.
In this position, Cadle is responsible for designing training curriculum and coordinating personnel for the organization’s robust volunteer program, which uses the gifts of people from all walks to give comfort and care to patients at end-of-life.
Cadle comes to Arbor Hospice from the Give Kids The World Village in Orlando, Florida, where she oversaw the volunteer services department. Her experience also includes positions at Make-A-Wish Michigan, the American Red Cross and Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in public and nonprofit administration and Master of Public Administration from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan. She lives in Grand Rapids..
For more information about Arbor Hospice, visit www.hom.org
About Arbor Hospice
A nationally recognized leader in end-of-life care, Arbor Hospice (HOM) is the original – and largest – hospice in the state. A founding member of the NorthStar Care Community, the not-for-profit delivers the highest quality of care, raising more than $5 million each year to cover costs for the uninsured and underinsured. HOM offers a broad range of services to enhance the quality of life at the end of life. HOM also provides grief support and counseling, as well as caregiver education and support. A member of the NorthStar Care Community, HOM also provides palliative care through NorthStar Palliative Care, pediatric hospice care and compassionate support services through Jo Elyn Nyman Anchors Programs for Children, and education programs for physicians and health care professionals through the NorthStar Institute. The NorthStar Care Community also includes Arbor Hospice. In total, NorthStar Care Community members serve nearly 5,100 patients annually across Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. For more information, call 888.247.5701 or visit www.hom.org.