Be Rewarded for a lifetime
Are you looking for an opportunity to be part of a team with a real sense of purpose, to use your skills and experiences or to gain new ones, and to know that your work is making a difference? Covenant Care offers many volunteer opportunities for high school students and adults of all ages that will fit into any schedule.
Many of our volunteers wish to provide companionship and support directly to our patients and families. But if this is not for you, there are other ways to get involved that still touch the lives of those who need help. You may decide to assist with fundraising events, office work, or community outreach. Covenant Care volunteers receive free training that prepares them to volunteer in many different ways. Training is offered thoughout the year in branch offices and other community locations, at times that are designed to fit volunteers’ schedules. Training is also available online for your convenience.
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Care for Covenant patients and their family members by making visits or telephone calls, providing spiritual support, giving practical help or a short break for the caregiver.
11th Hour Volunteers provide a caring presence for hospice patients who are nearing death, to ensure that no one dies alone.
Support family members who have lost a loved one by facilitating support groups, workshops and making bereavement phone calls.
Reach out to kids who have experienced the loss of a loved one by working at Camp Monarch or visit pediatric patients facing a serious illness.
Share your skills in our offices by assisting with reception and phones, computer work, mailings and more.
Raise funds and friends by planning fundraisers, soliciting donations and helping during events.
Represent Covenant by acting as an ambassador at healthcare facilities, civic organizations, faith congregations and community events.
Honor Veteran patients through special recognition ceremonies and events.
Serve as a student volunteer and simultaneously fulfill requirements for course work and scholarship programs while gaining valuable skills and experiences as a high school or college student.
Facilitate special projects as a group or an individual. Opportunities range from building wheelchair ramps and doing yard work to cooking, crafting or sewing items for patients and their loved ones.
Give peace of mind to those facing Alzheimer’s disease by assisting with Project Lifesaver, offering the caregiver time away, or facilitating support groups.