Our volunteer team provides support, assistance, and a helping hand to our patients, staff, guests, and community.

Who Can Volunteer?

  • Anyone 14 years or older (If you are 14-18 years of age, please check out our junior volunteer requirements).
  • Must be willing to serve a minimum of 72 hours.

How to Apply?

Applicants must complete an online application for a volunteer position. Placement will be made according to skill, availability of positions, and availability of applicant and reference check. After you are selected as a volunteer, you will be required to complete the following prior to beginning service:

  • Have a QuantiFERON test, coordinated by Employee Health
  • Provide documentation of immunizations (MMR, Tdap and Varicella)
  • Agree to follow Professional Appearance Policy and wear volunteer uniform
  • Have photo taken for volunteer badge 
  • Complete volunteer orientation

Junior Volunteers

Junior Volunteers play an essential role at Logan Regional Hospital. Their requirements are:

  • Be 14 to 18 years old
  • Be friendly and have a desire to work with all kinds of people

Volunteer Donation Projects

Donation Process

Donation(s) will be received by appointment only, between 10 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday. All donors must schedule an appointment with Gift In-Kind Coordinator Ramona Fonnesbeck prior to delivering donations. Email Ramona.Fonnesbeck@imail.org or call 435-716-5123 (do not text, this is a landline.) Donations will be received curbside at Logan Regional Hospital’s main entrance.

Logan Regional Hospital Behavioral Health department is need of new clothing for our patients.

All clothing must be new, left in original packaging with tags on due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Our needs include:

  • Men’s: extra lg, and lg in both shirts and pants
  • Women’s 1x and 2x both shirts and pants
  • All items cannot have strings

If you would like to donate these items please contact Ramona Fonnesbeck at ramona.fonnesbeck@imail.org or call our volunteer services department at (435) 716-5123

We have many volunteer project needs. We gladly accept donations of the following items that are handmade from new material or newly purchased:

  • Baby blankets
  • Infant booties
  • Infant gowns 
  • Infant diapers
  • NCU positioning bag
  • Bookmark kits
  • Foam frame
  • Name plate for newborns
  • NCU journal
  • Drawstring bag
  • Newborn hankie 
  • Child activity packet

Additional items that can be donated for our pediatric family members or patients are:

  • Play dough
  • Crayons 
  • Kids card games
  • Hot wheels
  • Stickers
  • Mini puzzles 
  • Blankets
  • Unused stuffed animals 

Items to Donate


Baby Christmas Stocking

During the holiday season, these stockings are given to the mothers of newborn babies. Stockings can be dropped off at the volunteer office at the hospital. Click here for sewing instructions.
Baby Blanket

Blankets and Quilts

The quilts and blankets donated to the hospital go to a variety of patients, so a variety of sizes are needed. We would specifically appreciate lap blankets, baby blankets, and twin-size bed blankets. For the safety of our patients, the blankets will need to be made from new fabric and be flame-resistant.

bookmark kit

Bookmark Kit

Bookmark Packets
These are made to entertain the siblings of the newborns. Please include the bookmark, a ribbon, and some decorations to be placed on it. Place items in individual sandwich-size Ziploc bags. 

child activity packet

Child Activity Packet

Children spending time in the hospital often get bored. Child activity packets can give them something to help keep them entertained during their stay. Please place items in individual sandwich-size ziploc bags. We ask that the age of the intended child be written on the bag with a sharpie marker. Examples of things that might be included are: coloring pages and crayons, word searches, or small toys.  

dammit doll

Dammit Doll

Though this doll has a funny name, it is generally given to patients who are fighting life-threatening illnesses, such as cancer. These illnesses require many hours in unfamiliar and frustrating situations. This doll is to help those patients relieve a bit of stress and cope with their situation.

*Pattern available from Volunteer Services.

Drawstring Bag

Drawstring Bag

In the event of a newborn being life-flighted, we give the parents one of these bags filled with snacks and treats. To make a drawstring bag, simply sew two squares together along three of the edges, and add a drawstring to the top. 

foam frame

Foam Frame

When an infant is placed in the Special Care Nursery, many times the siblings feel jealous and disconnected. By decorating these picture frames, it gives them an opportunity to connect to their newborn sibling(s). Please make sure the frame pieces are placed in individual sandwich-size Ziploc bags.

Infant booties

Infant Booties

We are in need of booties for the infants in our Special Care Nursery. The booties are usually crocheted or knitted, as the store-bought ones run too big for the infant’s little feet. Booties need to be made in gender-neutral colors (yellow, green, orange, white) and may be decorated with ribbon or colorful yarn if desired.

*Pattern available from Volunteer Services.

Infant Gown

Infant Gowns

If an infant needs to be buried, we dress them in one burial gown, and give an identical one to their mother. The gowns may be made from any type of fabric, baby patterns or solid colors are preferred. The gowns may be sewn, knit, or crocheted. The larger gowns may be any color, but the very small gowns need to be gender-neutral in color (green, orange, yellow, white).

*Pattern available from Volunteer Services.

NCU Journal


This is a journal that the parents will keep while their newborn is staying in the Special Care Nursery. To make a journal, simply decorate the outside of it and label it Special Care Nursery (SCN) journal.

Newborn Hankies

Newborn Hankie

These hankies are given to the mothers of the newborns in the Special Care Nursery. 

froggie bag

Positioning Bags

These bags are used in the Special Care Nursery to help position the babies and help them feel more secure.

*Pattern available from Volunteer Services.

infant hat

Infant Hats

These hats are only needed between October and February. For details contact Gift In-Kind Coordinator Ramona Fonnesbeck at Ramona.Fonnesbeck@imail.org or 435-716-5123.