Volunteer your time and give back to your community
Our volunteer team provides support, assistance, and a helping hand to our patients, staff, guests, and community.
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:
We have many volunteer project needs. We gladly accept donations of the following items that are handmade from new material or newly purchased:
Additional items that can be donated for our pediatric family members or patients are:
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.
*Pattern available from Volunteer Services.
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.
When an infant is born premature, sometime not even preemie diapers will fit them. We are in need of cloth diapers made in a variety of small sizes.
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).
We are in need of hats for the infants in our Special Care Nursery (SCN). The hats are usually crocheted or knitted, as the store-bought ones run too big for the infant’s head. The hats need to be made in gender-neutral colors (yellow, green, orange, white) and may be decorated with ribbon or colorful yarn if desired.
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.
These hankies are given to the mothers of the newborns in the Special Care Nursery.
These bags are used in the Special Care Nursery to help position the babies and help them feel more secure.
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