Volunteers Help Others Make the Most of Life
You care about others. It shows in your kind words, warm touch and the selfless desire to help individuals in need. Chapters Health System welcomes the opportunity to work with you as a volunteer. A vast array of options exists for Chapters Health volunteers to get involved and give back — from working at our thrift stores, grocery shopping for families and clerical work at our offices, to fund raising, sitting vigil or just giving family members a much-needed break.
Chapters Health Volunteers
There are as many ways for our volunteers to participate and make a difference as there are talents to draw from. Yet one common thread remains — by giving, you are the one who receives. Volunteers offer their time weekly, monthly or seasonally. We accept volunteers as young as 14 and service hours are provided for high school students. All prospective volunteers must complete an application and interview before participating in a volunteer orientation.
If you or someone you know would like to volunteer to help the frail elderly or those dealing life-limiting illnesses, we’d like to meet you.
Together, we can help make a difference in their lives as they face new and unfamiliar chapters in life.
For more information about our openings, click over to our volunteer opportunities page, or for upcoming volunteer training sessions visit our Calendar page. To become a Chapters Health volunteer, simply complete the online volunteer application and a Chapters Health volunteer coordinator will contact you. For more information, complete the form to the left, or contact Volunteer Services at 863.551.3943 in Polk, Highlands or Hardee counties for Good Shepherd Hospice, or 727.816.3647 in Pasco, Hernando or Citrus counties for HPH Hospice, or 813.984.2395 in Hillsborough County for LifePath Hospice.