Become a volunteer driver for the Wheels for Independence Program of Community Care Center of the Northeast, a nonprofit homecare organization. See our Volunteer Application here.
Use your car for personal, one-to-one, door-to-door service. Drive seniors to medical appointments, shopping and other local destinations, safely and on time. Clients are able to walk independently or with the assistance of a cane or walker. A donation of $10 per ride is offered by the passenger to the driver.
- Careful, responsible driver; patience; enjoy being with people
- Have a desire to help individuals with transportation needs; friendly, courteous, understanding.
- Minimum age: 25
If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please call Cathy Morrone (215-335-3818) or email her (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Would you be willing to share your clerical skills during business hours?
Your assistance in a variety of clerical functions would be welcome in the development office, which is dedicated to Community Care’s mission of promoting independence for aging adults. Call 215-335-4416 to express your interest in supporting our mission and sharing your clerical skills.
iPod Tech Volunteering
For an individual with Alzheimer’s disease or other age-related dementias, the key to unlocking music-triggered memories is hearing music that has personal memories for that individual. Community Care, a Music and Memory certified agency, seeks volunteers with strong technical skills to assist our Music & Memory Technical Coordinator in preparing personal musical playlists and iPods for persons receiving our Music and Memory in-home care.
Do you have these skills? Do you have the desire to help individuals with dementia who are “alive inside”? Please contact Nancy Steinke, Community Care’s administrator: 215-335-4416 or email@example.com.
Do you have skills/experience with videography? Community Care is looking for a special volunteer to shoot and edit two very brief videos:
- Vignette giving an overview of Community Care’s mission and services
- Video of a person with dementia coming alive through music-triggered memories when listening to an iPod filled with music from the individual’s personal playlist.
If either creative opportunity is intriguing to you, please contact us for more information: 215-335-4416. Click Here for Community Care of the Northeast’s Volunteer Application.
2417 Welsh Road, Suite 202
Philadelphia, PA 19114