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Korean speaking volunteers need to provide weekly phone calls to isolated older adults!

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Queens Community House

Queen Community House's Friendly Visiting Program matches homebound older adults with volunteers in their community who make weekly phone and/or video calls, creating intergenerational relationships in Central and Southeast Queens. We're currently in need of Korean speaking volunteers to provide social engagement to Korean speaking older adults in our community. Friendly visiting is an enriching opportunity for the volunteer to develop a meaningful friendship. Together, the older adult and volunteer can discuss shared interests, learn/teach new skills, read books, learn technology, and celebrate special holidays.

The program also aims to reduce isolation and loneliness amongst seniors in our neighborhoods and communities. Friendly visitors must be 18 and over, be open to committing to 6 months of volunteerism, and a background check is required to participate in the program.

Email us at or call us at 929-296-3264 to learn more!

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About Queens Community House


108-25 62nd Drive, Forest Hills, NY 11375, US

Mission Statement

Queens Community House provides individuals and families with the tools to enrich their lives and build healthy, inclusive communities.


Queens Community House (QCH) is a multi-site, multi-service settlement house that serves the diverse neighborhoods of Queens. We serve residents of all ages, races, faiths, and ethnicities while supporting the viability of the borough as a whole.

QCH was formed in 1975 (as Forest Hills Community House) to help heal the wounds of a neighborhood conflict. Over four decades, our reach and breadth have grown; today we offer a broad network of comprehensive services at 25 program sites in 11 different neighborhoods in Queens, allowing us to impact individuals, families, and entire communities.

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We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Korean
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • up to one hour a week

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