Home General Information Becoming A Volunteer Volunteer Community For Managers & Supervisors Research Community
spacer spacer spacer selected spacer spacer
spacer
Ron, a Volunteer Information Ambassador, giving directions to a hospital visitor
 
 
Welcome Volunteers ! spacer
spacer
Skills Training spacer
spacer
Guidelines for Volunteers spacer
Volunteer's Corner selected
Awards & Recognition spacer
Tips for Volunteers spacer
Submit Your Off-Campus Timesheet spacer
spacer
 
spacer
Volunteer's Perspective
A look at Blake 2 Volunteers

The Blake 2 Chemotherapy Infusion Unit volunteers are a group of 10 to 15 individuals who contribute 4 to 12 hours each week serving meals to patients receiving chemotherapy treatment.    

Blake 2 volunteers offer friendship and support to patients and their family members and manage a complicated meal plan designed for patients who are undergoing treatment mid-day. In one day, the volunteers can heat and serve up to 30 patient meals.

The team of dedicated veteran volunteers that keeps this program running smoothly includes:


Abby Burden
Lynn Cetrulo
Lynn Duff
Jim Gillespie
Elaine Grollman
Anne Smith
Pauline Terranova
William (Bill) Terranova


In addition to our veteran volunteers, several "new recruits" have been added to the Blake 2 volunteer team. They include:

Kathleen Hofer
Cecile Law
Alison Petch
Carla Trevisan


Together, the Blake 2 volunteers contribute an average of 200 hours of service each month to support cancer patients and staff. We are especially thankful and proud of the work they do.

Jim and Lynn preparing meals in Blake 2.   

Jim and Lynn pose for a picture during their busy Blake 2 shift.

Jim Gillespie and Lynn Cetrulo (pictured above preparing meals) take a moment out of their busy day to pose for a picture.

Click here to view the Blake 2 Volunteer service description.


 
[ Home   General Info    Becoming A Volunteer   Volunteer Community    Managers & Supervisors    Research Community
Copyright © 2012 Massachusetts General Hospital.