VOLUNTEER

Whether you are one person or a large group, there is something important for you to do at Serving Seniors.

 

Do you want to be the highlight of someone’s day? How about their whole week? Even though one hour might not mean much to you, that hour means the world to seniors who depend on YOU to ease the isolation in which they live.  Whether you are one person or a large group, there is something important for you to do at Serving Seniors.

Current Volunteer Opportunities:

Here are a few additional ways to get involved:

 

If you are interested in volunteering with Serving Seniors; please click on the link below to complete an application:

Individual Application 

Companies or Groups interested in volunteering with Serving Seniors; please click on the link below to complete an application:

Group Application 

Current Volunteers, please click here to log in to your VicNet profile.  There you will be able to track your hours, sign-up for assignments, update your profile and much more!

Thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers and Congratulations to all of the award recipients at this years Volunteer Appreciation Reception!

allianz group                                 laverne browne

Group Award: Allianz Global Investors                                             Individual Award: LaVerne Brown

 

procopio longevity                                 HOrizon-jack in the box

Longevity Award: Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch                       Horizon Award: Jack in the Box

 

NCL philanthropy

Philanthropy Award: National Charity League, San Diego Chapter

 

See all the pictures from our Volunteer Appreciation Fiesta on our Facebook page

For more information about volunteering please contact Tim Ruis, Volunteer and Activities Manager, at (619) 487-0727.



“Helping out at the West Wellness Center gives me a bit of satisfaction after all they’ve done for me since 2004. I need the routine in my life to be needed somewhere every day and I consider this my new happy family after life didn’t go as planned.”

John (69), Senior Volunteer