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Below is a searchable database of the non-profit agencies that are seeking volunteers. You may search based on the population category the organization works with and services they provide.

Each menu allows you to click on a specific agency and bring up their profile. Profiles include contact information, a link to their website, a brief description of their mission and objectives, service opportunities, any requirements and directions. Please note that some agencies may be listed in multiple menus.

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Remote Opportunities: Agencies under each category that are marked with a * indicate that remote opportunities are available.

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*BJC Hospice*
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • N - some opportunities can be done remotely.
Mission Statement and Objectives:

BJC Home Care Services provides individualized compassionate care to every life we encounter and serve. From our patients to our employees, our communities, and our world class health care system our efforts deliver the highest quality service with dignity and respect through the complete continuum of life.

Service Opportunities:

- Hospice Visitor: Visiting hospice patients at home -- volunteers are needed to visit adult hospice patients in the patient's home or nursing home to provide companionship, respite for the caregiver, help with housework, help with errands, etc.

- Inpatient Home Volunteer: Helping hospice patients and families at Evelyn's House -- volunteers are needed at Evelyn's House, BJC's 16-bed, in-patient hospice facility in Creve Coeur. Volunteer duties include staffing the front desk, visiting patients, helping visitors find their way around, etc.

- Lumina Volunteer: Volunteers are needed for BJC Hospice’s Lumina program, a program that offers patients the opportunity to preserve the stories and experiences that define their lives. Volunteers help patients write letters to loved ones or create memory books, scrapbooks, videos, etc.

Remote opportunities include:

- Blanket-Making: Volunteers are needed to make no-sew fleece blankets for adult patients in hospice. No sewing skills are needed, just the ability to cut fabric and tie knots. This activity is perfect for a group project or working alone.

- Card-Making: Brighten the day of a hospice patient by making simple greeting cards. It makes a great project to do individually or as a group. All that’s needed is ordinary paper and markers, colored pencils or crayons.

- Veteran Assistance: Make a military veteran feel special in his or her final days by making greeting cards or no-sew fleece blankets.

Days/Times:

All positions can be done any day of the week, at any time.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background Check

- Orientation

- COVID-19 Vaccine

Blumeyer Community Center and Urban Strategies
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Blumeyer Community Center, through the Urban Strategies Program, provides tutoring and education to children from the low-income Blumeyer neighborhood right by campus, specifically in math, science, and the use of computers.

Service Opportunities:

Computer Tutor: Assist with basic computer classes for youth and seniors adults.

Days/Times:

Monday-Thursday, anytime 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (Seniors) or 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Youth)

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Interview

- Background Check

Cardinal Ritter Senior Services
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Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ, the mission of Cardinal Ritter Senior Services is to be a recognized provider of first choice in providing an integrated continuum of quality residential, healthcare and supportive social services for senior adults throughout the Archdiocese of Saint Louis.

Service Opportunities:

- Activities Aide: assists the Activities Director in providing social, educational and/or recreational activities and supervision of activities for our residents. May include such activities as crafts, bingo, leading discussion groups, playing board games, bringing residents to and from activities, etc.

- Friendly Visitor: designed to enhance the quality of life of a resident through concern, support and socialization.

- Transporter: help trasnport residents in wheelchairs to and from the chapel for daily Mass.

Days/Times:

- Activities Aide: Any day of the week, anytime 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

- Friendly Visitor: Any day of the week, anytime 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

- Transporter: Any day of the week from 9:15 - 11:15am

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

County Older Resident Programs
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Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

The County Older Resident Programs (CORP) is committed to making a difference through a wide range of services provided by caring volunteers in your community that allow older adults to live on their own.

Service Opportunities:

Tax Assistance Program

Volunteers will prepare and file 2016 Federal and State tax returns electronically at sites in the St. Louis County.

Volunteers are needed as greeters and appointment schedulers.

Volunteers will be VITA-certified and will begin volunteering at CORP tax assistance sites. A convenient site will be assigned to you.

No weekends and mileage reimbursement is available!

Interested individuals should contact Sheryl Trask at (314) 615-7430 to be assigned to a location north of I-64 or Kathy Paulsen at (314) 615-4021 for south of I-64 locations.

Volunteer Driver

Provide 3+ hours to transport a county senior resident to and from doctor’s appointments and to other essential destinations.

The Neighborhood Coordinator makes all of the arrangements with the volunteer and the senior resident each time.

No weekends and mileage reimbursement is available!

Call (314) 615-4516 to be assigned to a Neighborhood Coordinator.

Home Visitor

Provide social interaction in the senior’s home.

May involve assistance with light chores and activities (e.g., meal preparation, sorting mail, play a board game, etc.).

The Neighborhood Coordinator will make the initial match of the volunteer and the senior who reside in St. Louis County.

The social schedule is determined by the volunteer and senior resident.

No weekends and mileage reimbursement is available!

Days/Times:

- Tax Filing Assistant : Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m..

- Volunteer Driver: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m..

- Home Visitor: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5 p.m..

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Crown Center for Senior Living
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Crown Center's mission is to provide affordable, quality, independent living in a caring, secure, diverse and friendly atmosphere

Service Opportunities:

- Dining Room Server: Tasks include setting tables for meals, signing in dining room participants, serving and clearing meals in dining room, socializing with diners. Meals are also delivered to Crown Center residents as needed. This is a great opportunity to get to know our residents. Training provided. No experience necessary. Prefer at least one shift per week.

- Computer Tutor: Computer, SmartPhone, Tablet Tutoring: Work one-on-one with a Crown Center Resident to help them master the current technology skills needed to use today’s most popular gadgets.

- Interpreter: Crown Center has a diverse population with many residents speaking Chinese and Russian. Although we have part-time translators on staff, there are times when it would be helpful to have an interpreter present during special programs, and also to help with specific tasks like teaching a resident how to use the computer or when serving in the dining room.

Days/Times:

- Dining Room Server: Monday – Friday 4:15-6:15 p.m.

- Computer Tutor: Computer, SmartPhone, Tablet Tutoring: Flexible, based on tutor/resident schedule. Each session usually 45 min -1 hour. Preferably once a week.

- Interpreter: Varies - up to schedule of volunteer.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Orientation

Family Hospice
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Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Family Hospice brings compassionate and professional care to individuals experiencing a terminal illness. We seek to assist individuals in the communities we serve find meaning in the dying process by providing hospice care not just for end of life but for all life.

Service Opportunities:

- Patient Visitors: Visitwith hospice patients; play games, watch TV, listen to amazing life stories...the list is endless.

- Office Assistant: Miscellaneous office duties

Remote Opportunity: Making cards for patients and bereaved.

Days/Times:

- Patient Visitors: Days and times flexible

- Office Assistant: Generally Mondays-Fridays, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Background Check

- Orientation/Training

- TB Test

*HealthVisions Midwest*
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Empowered by the compassion of Christ, HealthVisions seeks to empower the people of East St. Louis to live healthier lives, This will be accomplished through faith-based collaborative services. HealthVisions has two ministries: Faith in Action to Serve and Transform (FAST) and Faith Health Ministries (FHM) FAST promotes healthy living and independence by providing interfaith, volunteer-based non-medical support and caregiver services to individuals who are homebound, frail, elderly, disabled or afflicted with chronic illnesses in the greater East St. Louis community. FAST seeks to ease isolation and loneliness. Faith Health Ministries promotes health and wellness within the faith community using disciplines of worship, service and education. Faith Health Ministries seeks to strengthen the role of churches in promoting health and wellness for the faith community.

Service Opportunities:

- Volunteer Caregiver: Provide case management services for seniors to access services. Home visits, telephone reassurance calls, friendly visits to reduce isolation and loneliness for senior and promote independence. Make referrals to resources.

- Health Educator Volunteer: Provide education to local congregations on safety, health and nutrition, exercise, etc to help churches enhance health ministries for members.

- Transportation Volunteer: Provide transportation to seniors for shopping, medical appointments and errands. Provide companionship for seniors during transportation. Ensure Seniors get to destination safely. Mileage reimbursement provided.

Remote Opportunity: Call seniors in our program for reassurance, follow up and confirmations.

Days/Times:

- Volunteer Caregiver: Monday-Fridays anytime 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m.-Noon

- Health Educator Volunteer: Mondays-Saturdays, anytime 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

- Transportation Volunteer: Monday-Fridays anytime 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m.-Noon

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Background Check (no cost)

- Application

- 1 hr. training session

iTN Gateway (Independent Transportation Network)
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

We provide subsidized local transportation to the elderly in St. Louis County. This is arm-in-arm, door-to-door service providing whatever assistance the rider requires.

Service Opportunities:

- Volunteer Driver: Pick-up and drop-off clients using the volunteer's car. Some additional assistance may be required. Such as carrying groceries or setting up a walker.

Days/Times:

Days and times up to volunteer.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Jackson Park Senior Apartments
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Jackson Park Senior Apartments provides quality living for low-income seniors

Service Opportunities:

- Actvities Volunteer: Help engage seniors in fun games, programs, etc.

- Bingo Caller: Assist staff in daily bingo games

- Computer Class Teacher: Lead class designed to teach seniors the basics of computers (Minimal experience needed)

- Maintenance Volunteer: Provide general upkeep inside and outside of building

Days/Times:

Mondays - Sundays, anytime between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. (Very Flexible!)

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Background check

Jesuit Hall
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Jesuit Hall is a care facility for retired and aging Jesuit priests from around the world

Service Opportunities:

- Activities Assistant: Help with games, walks parties and other activities. Be companions and visitors to our residents who are physically and/or mentally impaired due to age.

- Exercise Program Volunteer: Assist with exercise classes for the residents. No experience necessary!

- Movie Assistant: Every day the Jesuits have a feature film that they watch as a group in the activity room.

- Game Night Facilitator: Facilitate and participate in senior game night.

- Current Events Facilitator: Facilitate a current events discussion with our residents.

Days/Times:

- Activities Assistant: Fridays, 5:30-8 p.m.

- Exercise Program Volunteer: Mondays-Fridays, anytime throughout the morning

- Movie Assistant: 7 days a week, 1:15-3:30 p.m.

- Game Night Facilitator: Mondays, 6-7:30 p.m.

- Current Events Facilitator: Wednesday, 4:15-5 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Lutheran Senior Services
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Older Adults living life to the fullest. We fulfill our mission by providing residential, in-home and outreach services that support older adults and their families.

Service Opportunities:

- Activities Volunteer: An opportunity for the volunteer who wants one-on-one and group interaction. Be an extra set of hands during a group Bingo game, play board games with residents, decorate for special occasions, or teach a craft or hobby. (All locations)

- Companion Volunteer" Share time with one-on-one with residents, conversation, reading books or newspapers or writing letters. (All locations)

- Health and Wellness Volunteer: Provide regularly-scheduled blood pressure check opportunities to residents (Suitable for volunteers with physician, medical assist, nursing or nurse aid experience) (Affordable Housing communities)

- Exercise Enthusiast: Share your love of staying active and fit with our residents. From arm chair aerobics and active Wii Games to Yoga, volunteers are needed to lead health and wellness activities. (Affordable Housing communities)

- Lunchtime Helpers: Assist the elderly at our Affton Senior Center with carrying lunch trays to and from tables, and engaging them conversation during lunch. (Mackenzie Place, Affton Senior Center)

- Gift Shop/Store Assistant: This position is perfect for the person who loves to interact with a variety of people and takes pride in creating attractive merchandise displays. (Breeze Park, Meridian Village)

- Life Story Volunteer: Assist patients with writing their life story – a wonderful gift for family and friends. Tools (provided) used to record the story are tailored to the patient and may include scrapbooks, audio tapes, written word, video or a combination.

- Readers: Love a good book? Like to start your day with a quick read of the newspaper? You have a lot in common with our residents! Share this love by spending time one-on-one or with small groups reading books aloud or sharing highlights from the day.

- Resident Transporter: Assist residents needing help getting to and from Chapel, the beauty shop or clinics on campus. Duties include pushing a wheelchair or providing a steady arm. (All locations)

- Resident Visitor: Team up with our employees to provide special care and attention to residents who are open to companions and visitors. A regular visit for conversation or a stroll around the community can do wonders! (All locations)

- Respite Volunteer: Provide relief to Hospice families when you provide companionship to a patient while the family caregiver runs errands, attends religious services or bible study, or re-connects with their support system. (Hospice Care)

Days/Times:

Any day of the week, any time 8 a.m.-8 p.m..

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Missouri Veterans Home
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

The Missouri Veteran's Home serves to enhance the lives of our WWII, Korean War, Vietnam and peace time Veterans

Service Opportunities:

- Store Worker: The Canteen at the Missouri Veterans Home - St. Louis provides snack items to our Veterans, family members, staff and other volunteers. We are looking for volunteers with great customer service skills to assist customers with their purchases, run the cash register, and restock supplies. This is a great opportunity to get to know our World War II, Korean War, Vietnam and peacetime Veterans.

- Companions Volunteer: The Missouri Veterans Home - St. Louis is in need of volunteers to be companions for in house activities (bingo, special events, etc.) and off site activities (Muny, Cardinals games, bowling, etc).

Days/Times:

- Store Worker: Friday 9:45 - 1:30 Sat/Sun 12-4

- Companions Volunteer: Days and time vary

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Naturally Occuring Retirement Community
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

St. Louis NORC supports the healthy aging of adults 65+ in their own homes by providing opportunities for meaningful community involvement and increased access to support services.

Service Opportunities:

Our trained and screened ongoing volunteers offer assistance to NORC members that help them stay independent and in their own homes.Volunteer roles are varied and can include computer help, light maintenance, changing light bulbs, flipping mattresses, planting flowers, hooking up electronics and more!

Days/Times:

No set schedule - up to volunteer's schedule and availability.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Nazareth Living Center
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

In the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, Nazareth Living Center participates in the healing mission of Jesus by ministering with compassion and responding creatively to the needs of aging persons.

Service Opportunities:

- Activities Helpers: Help transport residents to and from the morning or afternoon activities. Assist as needed with the activities, including opportunities for performing skits or music.

- Physical Therapy: Transport residents to and from the physical therapy room.

- Culinary Services: Dining room assistant to transport wheelchair bound residents to and from dining room; serve coffee, tea, and water during meal

Days/Times:

We are a 24/7 facility, operating 365 days a year. Times: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Northside Youth and Senior Service Center
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

The mission of the Northside Youth And Senior Service Center, Inc. is to enhance the quality of life of our clients by serving the basic needs of the elderly, children and families in the St. Louis Metropolitan area by providing; 1) Access to education, counseling and health services; 2) Recreation and social program; 3) Daily nutritional meals.

Service Opportunities:

- Youth Volunteer: Tutoring and assisting with after school activity programming for grades K-5. In addition to assisting youth one-on-one in the open homework session, volunteers can assist staff in supporting after school activities, providing youth a place to learn arts and crafts, practice science and math through enrichment activities with the Science Center, and play games.

- Senior Volunteer: Volunteers engage with seniors who come to Northside seeking social activity, nutritional meals, and healthy lifestyles with friends.

Days/Times:

- Youth Volunteer: Mondays-Fridays, 3-4:30 p.m.

- Senior Volunteer: Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Background Check

- Onsite Orientation

*OASIS Institute*
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

To reduce social isolation for older adults. The Connections program focuses on helping older adults learn to use technology to stay connected to loved ones and vital information. We also teach basic cybersecurity concepts to protect participants from cybercrime.

Service Opportunities:

Oasis Connections Instructor: Assist older adults with utilizing technology. Can be done remotely or in person.

Days/Times:

Oasis Connections Instructor: Days and times up to schedule of volunteer.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

St. Louis Housing Authority
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

The St. Louis Housing Authority commits to efficiently build and maintain desirable, affordable housing for residents of the St. Louis area through forthright leadership, innovative partnerships, progressive technology, and expansion of new resources. We seek to improve quality of life for our employees, residents, and the community by providing employment opportunities, education, training and ethical, professional service.

Service Opportunities:

- Tutor: Provide home work help and tutoring to youth ages 5 to 12 years of age.

- Senior Volunteer: Participate in weekly focus groups with our seniors, lead group discussions and presentation of health, social, and business opportunities.

Days/Times:

- Tutor: Tues, Wed, Thurs: 3 p.m.-5 p.m.

- Senior Volunteer: Days and times vary.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background Check

Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care of Missouri
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Seasons Hospice is a community-based organization with an ongoing mission to find creative solutions that add quality to end-of-life care. The caregivers at Seasons Hospice hold steadfast to the patient/family focus of hospice care.

Service Opportunities:

- Direct Care Volunteer: Roles include: providing companionship and support for patients and their families, recording patients' life stories, reminiscing with them, reading to them, providing caregiver respite. Available at Saint Louis University Hospital and Jesuit Hall.

- Bereavement Volunteer: Roles include: Making phone calls and visits to bereaved family members in the year after their loved ones passing. Bereavement phone calls can be made from home and still count as volunteer hours.

Days/Times:

Both Positions: Any day of the week, up to schedule of volunteer.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Orientation

Southside Wellness Center
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • N (A few blocks from SLU shuttle stop)
Mission Statement and Objectives:

To serve elderly and disabled residents to enable them to continue living independently in their homes.

Service Opportunities:

- Community Garden Volunteers

- Older Adult Volunteers

Days/Times:

Days and times flexible.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- COVID-19 Vaccince

St. Agnes Home
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Impelled by the love of the Divine Heart of Jesus, we Carmelite Sisters strive to provide a HOME for the elderly, where they can spend a quiet evening of life lighted up by peace and warmed by His Love.

Service Opportunities:

- Activities Volunteer: Students are needed to help residents get to activities, assist staff in facilitation, and help with set-up/clean-up

- Exercise Volunteer: Assist residents in their daily exercise routine

- Visiting Volunteer: Visit residents at various times, providing them with support and a listening ear

Days/Times:

Anytime Mondays - Fridays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

To provide a safe, comfortable and stimulating environment for the aged and persons with special needs

Service Opportunities:

- Activity Aide: assist the participants with the events that are happening here, or provide some event-a party - a new game - a presentation-play, short story something to actively engage the participants.

Days/Times:

- Mondays-Fridays anytime 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturdays anytime 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

*STL Village*
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • N
Transportation Needed:
  • N
Mission Statement and Objectives:

STL Village is a non-profit membership organization whose mission is to bring choice to people age 50+ who want to continue living with enjoyment and confidence in their own home and reside in the neighborhoods within the borders of Page Boulevard, Vandeventer Boulevard, Clayton Avenue, and Big Bend Boulevard.

Service Opportunities:

- Friendly Visitor: This volunteer visits in person or by telephone our less ambulatory members. Volunteers have conversations with members,play games, and provide companionship.

- Technology Assistant: This volunteer provides basic technology assistance either in the Village Office or in our members homes. The assistance can include help with smartphones, computers, printers, etc.

Remote opportunities include:

- Providing technical support (website, etc.)

- Design flyers for events

- Participate in virtual intergenerational discussions and activities

- Make friendly calls to older adults

Days/Times:

Days and times are flexible and up to schedule of volunteer.

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background check

- Interview

Visiting Nurse Association
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis (VNA) provides a coordinated continuum of care, throughout one’s life span, that promotes health, independence and dignity in the home and community without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, socioeconomic status, political beliefs or disability.

Service Opportunities:

- Hospice Volunteer: Provide companionship to patients by visiting and extending friendship on a weekly or every-other-weekly basis. Patients are located either in homes or nursing home facilities.

- Resale Shop Volunteer: Volunteers are needed to assist in our Hospice Resale Shop, acting as a cashier, floor clerk, or merchandise sorter .

- Craft Volunteer: Get together once or twice a month to make seasonal and craft items for patients/families, crochet, etc.

- Visiting Volunteer: Provide a form of companionship for a Senior in our Visit-A-Bit Program that is experiencing loneliness and isolation. Assist with educating the senior on techniques that will assist in living alone happily while providing an outlet for conversation, bonding and rapport building.

Days/Times:

Flexible and up to volunteer; Resale Shop is open Tuesdays-Saturdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m..

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Background Check (no cost)

- Training

VOYCE
Contact: Share this Link:
Address/Mapped from SLU: Internships:
  • Y
Transportation Needed:
  • Y
Mission Statement and Objectives:

To educate and empower older adults and their families for quality living across the continuum of long-term care.

Service Opportunities:

- Volunteer Ombudsman: Under the direction of the Regional Coordinator the Volunteer Ombudsman educates residents on their rights and provide advocacy to individuals who live in long term care facilities. Ombudsmen act as mediators for residents, families and facility staff in order to help resolve resident complaints. The goal of the Ombudsman is to improve quality of life for residents. Ombudsmen serve as an important communication link between resident and staff, becoming a relied-upon source of information and assistance, benefiting everyone involved.

- Office Volunteer: Help research answers to callers' questions on tong-term care options and direct support. Respond directly to calls on long-term care questions.

Days/Times:

- Volunteer Ombudsman: Days and times very flexible; 2-3 hours per week.

- Office Volunteer: All opportunities are any day Monday-Friday, anytime 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m..

Volunteer Prerequisites:

- Application

- Orientation and Training

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