There are many ways you can volunteer your time at Heinzerling Foundation. Whether you can offer manpower, expertise or simple friendship, you can become an integral part of the Heinzerling Foundation tradition and quality care that families and loved ones have come to rely on.
Below are some of the current needs we have for volunteers.
Youth ages 11-13 are matched with a resident to provide friendly visiting. Must be supervised by an adult.
Volunteers ages 14 and older are matched with a resident to provide friendly visiting. Available to high school students with community service.
One-on-one contact with a resident to work on communication, socialization, self-help skills and friendly visiting.
Construct adaptive equipment, assist therapist in individual sessions and implement therapeutic activities with residents.
Sewing, gardening, entertainment, clerical, arts and crafts, clothing coordinator and hairdresser.
Senior Volunteer Programs
Senior Companions and Foster Grandparents are assigned to work with a case load of residents on a daily basis building special friendships. Senior Companions work with residents ages 21 and older. Foster Grandparents work with residents birth-21 years. Volunteers must be age 55 or older and commit to 20 hours a week.
Are you a member of an organization that can lend a helping hand? Religious, educational, civic and social groups are an important part of Heinzerling Foundation’s volunteer program. Volunteer groups can sponsor or work on special projects or assist with fundraising.
To find a volunteer opportunity that matches your time and talent, contact:
Sanya Kohli, Volunteer Services Coordinator