How Would You Like to Volunteer?

General Volunteer

One-on-One Resident Interaction

Some of our residents prefer not to engage in group activities, but still like to socialize. Build personal relationships individually by interacting one-on-one with residents by playing games, music, or holding conversation.

Assist with Arts
& Crafts

If you’re the creative type, this is the activity for you! Through our residents can be independent, they sometimes need help during the activity, especially during setup and clean up. If you have a fun idea, we’re always open to new ways of bringing out their inner artists.

an Outing

Engaging residents in our community outside the walls of the facility is a wonderful opportunity, but it takes work! On these outings, we need volunteers to assist our residents by pushing wheelchairs and attending to resident needs.

Lead Game Activities

Our residents love playing games! Whether you’d like to call bingo or deal cards, interaction through game activities can be a whole lot of fun. You’ll need to encourage residents to play, explain rules and regulations, and assist residents throughout the game.

Assist with Birthday Parties

Every resident is recognized when their birthday rolls around, and every month we through a big party in their honor! As a volunteer you would help us celebrate by passing out refreshments and interacting with residents.

Decorate for
the Holidays

Help us get into the spirit of the holidays by putting up (or talking down) decorations! Every day is unique for our residents, and seasonal decorations are a way of making the holidays special.

Men & Women's

We offer different activities for both men and women at our facilities. Whether it’s discussing events over coffee or making crafts, joining these groups is a great way to encourage socialization… and you might hear a good joke or two!


Just like at home, our residents receive mail from their friends and family. Come rain or shine, sleet or snow, the mail must be delivered! Volunteering to pass mail is a great way to meet residents and interact in a one-on-one setting.

Reading &

Engage residents by reading short stories, poems, or any interesting material in a group or one-on-one setting.


Residents love meeting your furry friends! We would love for you to bring your pet, but keep in mind that we require vet records before they are allowed into the building. We ask that you have a good understanding of your pet’s temperament. Do not bring in a pet that has ever shown any sign of aggression.


If you have a green thumb, this is the perfect opportunity for you! Working in a garden can be very therapeutic for our residents. However, due to their limitations, gardens may need a little extra help. You can assist in planting, watering, weeding, and/or harvesting.


Like most, our residents take pleasure in being well groomed. Help our residents feel beautiful by polishing nails in a group or one-on-one setting.


Sometimes giving someone a letter or card in the mail is all that’s needed to bring a smile to our residents’ faces.


Skilled artists needed! Guide our residents in a step by step tutorial of how to paint a picture.
Please communicate supply needs prior to activity.

Are you ready to make a lasting impact?


Learn More

Spiritual Volunteer

Prayer Group

Meet with a group of residents and lead a time of prayer by talking about prayer needs, encouraging residents to pray, and leading prayers out loud.

Bible Study

Prepare and lead a discussion based Bible study group with residents. This group would meet regularly on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.

Music Leadership
for Worship

Your musical talent is needed! Planning the music for worship services, playing guitar or piano, singing leadership, and getting the residents involved are the skills we are looking for! Can be done by an individual or a group.

One-to-One Ministry Visits in
Residents' Room

Some residents don’t prefer large gatherings, but they do enjoy talking one on one. This is an opportunity to get to know individuals on a personal and spiritual level. Requirement: Basic training in this type of ministry will be provided by the Life Enrichment team before the volunteer begins meeting with residents.

Card/ Letter
Writing Ministry

Residents love to give and receive cards and letters! This is an opportunity to help residents write to loved ones, or put a smile on a fellow resident’s face that is in need of some extra attention.

Holiday & 
Special Event
Ministry Teams

We always need help preparing for Holidays and Special Religious events. This would be ideal for someone that is organized and likes to work with a team. Decorating, meal or refreshment preparation, meal service, and many other ways to help are available.

Worship Through Art Leadership

Some residents enjoy worshiping through art. We need artists who can share a lesson and/or demonstration of using painting, sculpture, pottery, quilting, and other art forms as a way to express worship.

Care/ Simple
Pleasures Cart

Help touch the lives of those who need special comfort and care to relieve pain and stress. Learn how specialty aromas, beverages, music, and other means of comfort can make all the difference for those in need.

Pastoral Leadership for Church Services

We are always in need of Ministers and Lay Leaders that would like to provide church services at our buildings for our residents. Our residents look forward to weekly sermons, hymn singing, communion services, and other ministries from our area churches, temples, and places of worship. Approval and scheduling through Life Enrichment required.

Ministry Internships in Chaplaincy

We really enjoy partnering with local churches, ministries, and seminaries to help their students get hands on experience in ministry.  This may also help to meet required hours of practical ministry for academic assignments.


Do you love to pray? Prayer Walking is one way to actively pray for people as you walk within our facilities. Training in this exercise of intercession will be provided as needed.

Are you ready to make a lasting impact?


Learn More


  • What are the age requirements for volunteering?
  • You can become a student volunteer if you are between the ages of 14-17. You will also be required to have a parent or guardian sign a permission form.
  • What are the different types of volunteers?
  • You can become either a General Volunteer or a Spiritual Volunteer.
  • What paperwork will I need to register as a volunteer?
  • All adult volunteers must fill out a background check, as well as read and agree to our packet of Volunteer Credentialing Information, which includes things like our Resident Rights policy, Social Media policy, Media and Likeness release, HIPPA policy, etc.

Are you ready to make a lasting impact?

Learn how you can
make a difference today!