Assist our Administrative Staff
Though you may be sheltering in place, we continue to welcome your volunteer inquiries during this challenging time. Samaritan is looking for people with big hearts and generous spirits to join our volunteer team and we are holding virtual orientation and training sessions to help prepare you for the time when we can all be together again.
Samaritan is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian agency caring for people suffering from serious, progressive illness and grief.
Administrative volunteers help in our main office in Marlton with typing, filing, collating, data entry, making information packets, training manuals, and many other critical administrative tasks.
Your behind-the-scenes labors of love help Samaritan's many programs and patient/family services to operate efficiently. Office hours are Monday - Friday. Volunteers typically work one (1) day a week for 2-4 hours between 9am - 4pm.
Please note: All who have experienced the loss of a significant family member or friend must wait one year from date of loss to begin the volunteer process.
- Minimum Age: 18
- One-year commitment
- Volunteer Orientation and Training
- Ongoing: Annual Education
- Medical Clearance:
- Initial Tuberculosis test (paid for by Samaritan)
- Titers to check immunity for chicken pox, measles, and German measles (being immune not required to volunteer) (paid for by Samaritan)
- Annual flu vaccine
- Initial health screen
We ask that all volunteers bring the following qualities to their work at Samaritan: good communication and listening skills, a non-judgmental attitude, reliability, flexibility, and compassion.
Thank you for considering spending your valuable time with Samaritan and we look forward to hearing from you!
3906 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054, US
Samaritan's mission is to provide extraordinary compassion and professional expertise to help our patients, clients, and those who care about them, live their best life every day.
Samaritan is a not-for-profit organization that contributes to the health and well-being of our community. We provide unparalleled services with respect, dignity, and compassion for all people affected by serious, progressive illness or grief. Samaritan approaches each person and family in our care with reverence for the sacredness of life, while developing and sustaining a relationship that is serving, trusting, authentic and caring. Choosing Samaritan is choosing comfort, support, dignity, and help.