Neighborly Senior Living
Impact Lives – Fulfill Yours … As a Nazareth Living Center Volunteer
Volunteering at Nazareth and becoming a member of the Nazareth team offers a unique opportunity to put your special talents to work for the good of others in an innovative and person-centered environment. Working in an atmosphere of resident care, volunteers have the opportunity to learn and grow as they provide service to others.
Nazareth offers volunteer opportunities for ages 16 to retirees. As a volunteer, you become a member of a team coupled with staff and other volunteers. You give time, talent, effort and resources to assist others. Caring, sharing, and being involved with the residents' lives are important roles for the staff and community.
What can volunteers do?
Nazareth volunteers provide an important role by assisting staff in delivering a wide range of services for residents. Our flexible volunteer program provides many options and opportunities that are tailored to fit an individual's interests, abilities, and schedule. Volunteer opportunities include the following:
- Eucharistic Ministry
- Transporting residents within the campus
- Playing cards & games with residents
- Writing letters for residents
- Visiting with residents
- Sewing, quilting, and craftwork for the Gift Shop and Craft Fairs (Work from home or at Nazareth)
- Reading aloud to residents
- Assisting in general office work
- Assisting feeding residents (special classes required)
- Assisting in a dining room
How can I become involved?
Your level of involvement is entirely up to you. We value and appreciate your time, talent and effort and look forward to your joining the Nazareth Volunteer team!
Please complete the Volunteer Application form and return it to the Volunteer Coordinator. For service as a volunteer, Nazareth Living Center requires a completed application, a criminal background check with Social Security number,an initial 2 step tuberculosis skin test followed by an annual flu shot during flu season, attendance at a volunteer orientation, and training in the selected area. If a volunteer does not have a current (within 12 months) PPD test (TB test), Nazareth does the testing free of charge. Please review the Volunteer PPD Test Permission form that needs to be completed and returned to the Volunteer Coordinator.
Note that these forms are PDF files, readable with Adobe Acrobat software that you can download free of charge.
For more information on volunteering at Nazareth, please contact Sarah Bromschwig, Volunteer Coordinator, at 314-649-4681 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.