Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus has great respect for our volunteers, and considers them part of the team. That is why volunteers from ages 14-90+ and from every local community choose to contribute positively to the day to day life at our ministry.
For many people, volunteering gives them personal satisfaction to know they are doing kind acts for others. For others, it is a chance to put past experience and skills to work for a charitable cause. For others still, it is an opportunity to learn and participate in the activites of a hospital environment, helping them to acheive future career or academic goals.
Whatever your reason is for volunteering, we want to hear from you. Please take the time to review the volunteer program that is right for you. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Volunteer opportunities are available in many departments. Click here to view our current opportunities.
Volunteers must be willing to commit to a minimum of 50 hours of continuous service over a three month time-frame.
We are currently only accepting applications from those interested in a long-term relationship with the hospital volunteer program or those who will be volunteering starting in August/September 2014.
Once you have decided which service opportunity best fits your interest, please complete our application.
To become a volunteer at any of our Catholic Health Hospitals, you will be required to complete all the steps in the application process:
Teenage volunteers have been a very important part of the volunteer team at Sisters of Charity Hospital and we have been blessed to have a growing number of teenagers want to give their time and talent to our ministry.
This volunteer program specially designed for teenagers will create a opportunity for our younger volunteers to provide a service to the hospital in a fun and learning atmosphere. Teen volunteers must be willing to commit to a minimum of 50 hours of continuous service.
All selected Volun-TEENS will receive a uniform and free lunch each day they serve.
Assignment will be made based on student essay and expressed interest on a first-come first served basis. Students will not be asked to handle equipment or replace associates.
Volunteers in the TEEN program assist with daily hospital activities in the following areas:
The application deadline for summer 2014 has passed. We are not currently accepting applications for this program.
Call (716) 891-2545
Existing volunteers have access to the Volunteer Information Center Network to record their hours, review and adjust their schedules, view new positions available, and receive alerts from the volunteering department.