Volunteers ages 14 and up perform a variety of support activities to special needs children ages 2-10 and their siblings at a day camp located at Forest Park in Everett. Tasks include swimming, art projects, reading, preparing food, singing and fun. Call Volunteer Services to sign up for an information packet.
Clerical and Office Support
Assist staff with clerical and office duties in clinical and administrative departments. Duties may include filing and collating, answering phones, using office machines and using a computer.
Provide Comfort Dog services (if dog is certified by Delta Society); join the Heart to Heart volunteers to talk with others experiencing open heart surgery; personal interactions and clerical work at the Cancer Center & Breast Center regarding cancer survivors and provide an understanding ear for patients fighting cancer.
Family Care and Guest Services
Family care volunteers act as a liaison between hospital staff and families in public areas like our surgery waiting lounge and information desks. These volunteers provide information and support to families while a loved one is being cared for.
Customer service, cashier duties, and re-stocking merchandise. Minimum age is 18 years or 16 if you work with another 16-year-old friend.
High School Summer Program - NEW!
Our high school summer volunteer program is a great fit for students who are friendly, have a good way with people and are dedicated to volunteer service. If that sounds like you, we encourage you to apply. Here are the basic requirements:
- Commit to volunteer a minimum of 40 hours
- Currently a high school sophomore, junior or senior (must be 16 - 18 years old)
We recently changed the program from a year-round schedule to a 10-week summer schedule to ensure that students can complete their volunteer service commitment.
Information packets will be sent to students that are signed up in February.
Patient and Family Advisor
Work collaboratively with staff, physicians and other volunteers to make a difference in our patients' healthcare experience. Meet with hospital leadership to enhance the patient care experience; serve on committees to bring the patient and family perspective to hospital operations; evaluate programs, forms and materials.
Patient support volunteers provide support to patients, families and staff in clinical areas. Tasks include talking and walking with patients and families, running errands, filling charts, stocking rooms and much more.