Are you looking for a way to make a difference in someone else’s life? Maybe someone has invested in you, and you want to extend that kindness to someone else? Is your church group looking for a meaningful opportunity to serve?
Who can volunteer?
Volunteering requires no previous job experience — you contribute the skills that you already have! Application and age requirements vary based on the volunteer opportunity.
What can I do to help?
Well, just about anything! We will work with your schedule and the interests and skills you can share with our residents. We have several ongoing volunteer opportunities, from helping spruce up our garden areas to staffing a bingo night. Tell us what you’d like to do, and we will try to find a place for you!
Looking for another way to help?
If you are looking for a way to do something hands-on for the elderly we serve, but you live too far from our communities or have other constraints that prevent you from our regular volunteer positions, you can still help! You, your family or your group can help with parties, or conduct cooking demonstrations.
Fill out our Volunteer Application and read our Volunteer Handbook to get ready for your volunteer experience! Please click here to contact our Volunteer Coordinator or call one of our communities directly.
Current Volunteer Needs
Friendly Visitors / Visiting Angels - be willing to come to our community and talk with residents who need a friend
Teaching an Interesting Class - do you have a special skill or have knowledge of an interesting subject that you can share with our residents? Perhaps genealogy, Excel, or how to crochet - these are all opportunities to share your knowledge!
Travel Logs - come talk to our residents about a interesting place you recently visited
Playing Cards - come play bridge, canasta, pinochle, or any card game - just watch out for our resident card sharks!
Working Puzzles or Playing Board Games - many of our residents love to work puzzles or play board games such as Scrabble. Come and play a game!