Center 50+ could not exist without volunteers. If you have a few hours a week and an interest in helping your community, review the Center 50+ Volunteer Handbook and contact the Center 50+ volunteer coordinator. You can also complete the Center 50+ Volunteer Application and return it to Center 50+.
The Friendship Brigade recruits, trains, and connects caring volunteers with isolated seniors living in local community care and nursing facilities. To become a visiting volunteer please complete the Friendship Brigade Application and section 2 of the DHS background Check Request (MSC 0301QED). Sign up for our next orientation/training today! Orientation/training schedule:
- Second Monday 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
- Fourth Saturday 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
To learn more, contact program coordinator Heidi Miller by email.
Center 50+ Respite program staff and volunteers provide a caring, supportive, and safe environment for individuals living with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease and related dementia while caregivers receive a five-hour break from caregiving responsibilities. Assist with activities and encourage social connections.
You can help those who can't come directly to the center:
- Fix-it brigade – Minor home repairs (ie: deadbolts, peepholes, etc.)
- Friendly home callers make scheduled phone calls and/or home visits to homebound adults 50 years old or older.
Volunteers help sell consignment and donated goods for our boutique. Some record keeping and organization is involved. You would also use a cash register and credit card machine.
If you have a particular skill, talent, or can teach Computer Basics for example, contact us and let us know.
Volunteers are needed to help with special events and other short-term projects.