Volunteer—No Cape Required!
You don’t need to leap tall buildings in a single bound to make the world a better place. The RVNAhealth volunteer program offers safe and diverse opportunities for donating time in a way that is purposeful and meaningful for everyday heroes of all ages. Share the gift of your time across our robust organization, or join our ComfortWELL volunteer corps, dedicated to supporting patients and families at end of life.
Hold a hand, walk a dog, stuff an envelope…because even small acts of kindness can have great impact.
Volunteering During COVID-19: The COVID-19 pandemic has created an even greater need for volunteers. RVNAhealth has many volunteer opportunities that allow for social distancing, and we also provide extensive safety training for those interested in patient/family support. RVNAhealth has been operating every day since the pandemic arrived, and we take health and safety very seriously.
We Always Have a Need for:
Administrative Support Volunteers: These valuable everyday heroes support RVNAhealth’s daily operations. Assist with light office tasks like organizing and ordering supplies, assembling marketing and new patient materials, and other general office duties. This vital work supports all that we do, and these volunteer opportunities typically involves no patient contact.
Family Support Volunteers: These everyday heroes are an integral part of the RVNAhealth volunteer family. Provide patient companionship, walk a family pet, provide respite (rest) for patients’ loved one by running errands or being there when they can’t. Family Support Volunteers provide no medical or personal care to patients, and visit our patients wherever they call home.
More About Our Volunteer Program
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A small percentage can have a big impact.
Imagine getting 5% more sleep? Having 5% more free time each week? 5% sounds small, but it can make a big difference.
RVNAhealth, and all Medicare-certified hospice programs, are required by law to have 5% of service hours performed by volunteers. Why? Because hospice care in the U.S. was founded by volunteers, and the commitment to the power, beauty, and altruism of volunteering remains.
Meet Our Hospice Volunteer Coordinator
Other Ways to Share the Gift of Your Time
Volunteer Inquiry Form
Interested in volunteering with RVNAhealth? Please view our Volunteer Requirements page – and fill out the Volunteer Inquiry form to schedule time to discuss your interests with our Volunteer Coordinator, Stephanie Notaro.