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ORGANIZATION: norVOLution, Norwood's Volunteer Revolution

***All volunteers MUST meet and agree to our Covid policy. See below for more details***

Every Sunday Norwood Crossing holds church service from 9:45 to 11:15 AM and 1:30 to 3:15 PM. It is a non-denominational Christian service. Volunteers will help set-up and transport residents from their room to the service.

Residents sing hymns, pray, and listen to readings.

Holy Communion is on the first Sunday of the month.


Many volunteers and residents form friendships which enhance the lives of both but most of all you would be helping by enriching the lives our our residents.

Some duties:

- Sit with a resident and help them follow the hymns and readings

- Transport from their room to the chapel

Benefits of your commitment:

* You will make a difference in the lives of our senior residents

* Have fun and make friends with residents, staff, & volunteers


* Able to safely transport residents in their wheelchairs (training provided)

* Able to commit to being here on time every week for the full two hours. Advance notice of absences is most helpful to the rest of the team of volunteers and staff.

* Interpersonal flexibility required working with other volunteers and you need to be able to take direction from lead volunteers and/or staff.

* Must support the goal of nor·VOL·ution and Norwood Life Society to enrich the lives of members of our community including the seniors we serve, our volunteers, the staff, and the community at large.

Norwood Crossing Volunteer Covid Policy

All volunteers must meet one of the following criteria:

1 - Fully vaccinated/up-to-date on all COVID-19 boosters

  • Provide copy of vaccine card
  • Sign covid19 vaccine education packet

2 - Vaccinated but not fully up-to-date on all boosters

  • Provide copy of vaccine card
  • Complete medical contraction paperwork
  • Complete mandatory IPDH 90-minute training for all unvaccinated workers on Relias
  • Sign covid19 vaccine education packet

3 - Medical or religious exemption

  • Completed and approved exemption paperwork
  • Complete mandatory IPDH 90-minute training for all unvaccinated workers on Relias
  • Sign covid19 vaccine education packet

Volunteers who have been on a floor where they has been a COVID outbreak will need to complete mandatory testing. Testing on site is recommended. At home tests or testing from a testing site are also permitted but we will need a copy of test results. If testing from home a picture of the test with your name and date will need to be provided.

Vaccine cards, exemption or medical contraction paperwork, and all CMS training certificates need to be turned in to the Director of Volunteer Services before any volunteer begins their volunteer role at Norwood Crossing.

Volunteers should not come in to volunteer if they are symptomatic.

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About norVOLution, Norwood's Volunteer Revolution


6016-20 N. Nina Avenue, Chicago, IL 60631, US

Mission Statement

At nor •VOL• ution we are mission-driven and our vision is an important part of that. We are sponsored by Norwood Life Society; a 501c(3) organization dedicated to enhancing the independence and well-being of older adults. Part of that enhancement is providing meaninful volunteer experiences for all members of our community; with a focus on creating or providing volunteer opportunities specifically for older adults who are looking to give back.

Mission: The purpose of the new organization is to enrich the lives of members of the Norwood Life Society community including the seniors we serve, our volunteers, the staff, and the community at large.

Vision: Our vision is to grow and strengthen our volunteer efforts to: 1) provide more services to our senior clientele, 2) enhance the lives of our volunteers, particularly mature adults, and 3) be of service to the broader community.

Values Statement: We are committed and passionate about the work we do. We respect the personal contribution of each individual and honor the impact they make. We respect our neighbors and work with them to improve the community in which we all reside. We value volunteers for the friendly, caring spirit that has characterized this organization for over 100 years.


Volunteers are welcomed and appreciated by all aspects of our organization. Volunteer opportunities are available in the following places:

Norwood Crossing--This is our assisted living, skilled nursing and sheltered care residence where volunteers provide necessary services and create relationships with our senior adult residents.

Norwood Seniors Network--This is our community outreach affiliate which provides everything from meals-on-wheels to nurse practitioner visits for older adults who prefer to age in their own homes.

Norwood Park Senior Center--We were recently awarded the privilege of co-operating (along with the City of Chicago) a new senior center in our neighborhood. The Senior Center provides a great community meeting spot for older adults in the Norwood Park neighborhood. In addition, clients and guests have access to exercise equipment, food, and beautiful views of the park.




We'll work with your schedule.


6016 N Nina AveChicagoChicago, IL 60631




  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Every Sunday from 9:45 AM to 11:15 AM and 1:30 PM to 3:15 PM

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