You can help others in your community by volunteering for just one hour per week. Volunteering in areas that are close to your home or office. You decide your location from the areas we serve.
Are you out of work? If so, volunteering looks great on your resume.
Volunteers are needed to sit with patients, read to them, talk with them, pray with them, hold their hands or be there with them.
Volunteers are also needed to stay with the patient in their home, to allow their caregivers to take a break and run errands.
You can also volunteer in our office making copies, helping with filling or help with mass mailings.
Won't you please join thousands of other volunteers in helping out this year?
Please respond to our e-mail address or by calling our Volunteer Coordinator, Virginia Kresko at 314-453-0990.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering.
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- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1 hour per week
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