Pathways Welcomes New Volunteer Services Coordinator for Weld County
GREELEY, Colo. (Aug. 2, 2017) – Pathways, a northern Colorado nonprofit that provides expert and compassionate hospice care, palliative care, and grief and loss support, is pleased to welcome Sarah Gostenik as its new Volunteer Services Coordinator for Weld County. Gostenik will act as the link between Pathways and volunteers so that they may participate in a diverse range of tasks to serve Pathways and the community.
“Sarah is a long-time resident of Greeley with deep roots in the nonprofit realm,” said Nate Lamkin, president of Pathways. “Her expansive skillset and experience will be an asset to Pathways as we further integrate into the Weld County community.”
Gostenik has held several roles that have allowed for ample interaction with the Greeley community. She previously served as the Community Programs Coordinator for Lutheran Family Services Refugee and Asylee Programs in Greeley, where she managed volunteers and interns and collaborated with nonprofits. Gostenik additionally has experience working with individuals with disabilities, program implementation and education training.
Gostenik will use her prior experience to manage volunteers and connect them to positions that match their interests and abilities. Pathways currently works with approximately 300 volunteers, who perform duties in a variety of areas, including patient and family support, community outreach, administrative support, grief support, caregiver relief, veteran recognition and more. Learn more about Pathways’ volunteer programs at pathways-care.org/giving/volunteering.
Established in 1978, Pathways is a nonprofit agency providing exceptional hospice care in the last months of life, complete palliative care for those with long-term serious illness and community-wide grief support for residents of Larimer and Weld counties in northern Colorado. For more information, visit http://www.pathways-care.org/.