Would you like to make a difference in a senior’s life? Are you interested in sharing your heart and bringing sunshine to St. Paul’s Senior Services? Through our Volunteering with Heart Program you can share your time, talent, enthusiasm, and passion with seniors.
We offer volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups, with a wide variety of opportunities in our residential living sites, PACE clinics, intergenerational care, ministry services and daily operations.
What Do St. Paul’s Volunteers Do?
Volunteers bring value to St. Paul’s in many ways.
You can help with daily events such as arts & craft classes, playing board games, assisting with outdoor games, calling bingo, reading during story time, taking residents for walks, decorating for the holidays, making gift baskets, being a reception greeter, serving food or simply having conversations with our residents and PACE participants.
There are also opportunities for individuals/groups with special talents like teaching Zumba, yoga, painting and singing (and a whole lot more!). Chaperones for fieldtrips to parks, shopping centers, restaurants and picnics are also needed. If you are interested in helping with administrative tasks we could use your help there as well!
Have another idea of how you or your group can volunteer? Just let us know!
Ready to Apply?
We kindly request a minimum 6-month volunteer commitment (not required for group volunteering).
St. Paul’s welcomes volunteers of all ages however, supervision is important for the safety of volunteers, staff, and most importantly our residents. Below are the supervision requirements:
Must be accompanied by an adult and remain present for duration of volunteering
Adults that will be supervising the child will have to adhere to all individual volunteer requirements.
Any volunteers who spend more than 16 hours a week here at St. Paul’s must be able to clear fingerprints through DOJ and FBI.
All volunteers must comply with St. Paul’s policy for annual influenza (flu) vaccination along with tuberculosis (TB) screening. Specific information regarding these requirements will be presented during the Meet and Greet. These vaccinations/screenings will be provided by St. Paul’s at no cost to the volunteer upon acceptance to the volunteer program.
*Flu vaccinations are provided while supplies last.
*You are welcome to go to your primary physician for any administered
vaccinations/screenings however, St. Paul’s will not reimburse outside cost.
Who Can Volunteer?
At St. Paul’s Senior Services, we welcome anyone wanting to share their time, knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion to help others with our volunteer program. We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities in our residential living, intergenerational care, ministry services, and daily operations. Our volunteers play a huge role when it comes to our service, compassion, and operations here at St. Paul’s.
What Do St. Paul’s Volunteers Do?
Your volunteer time can be spent in a variety of ways in our daily operations and residential care. Some opportunities you may be interested in are data entry, reception greeters, arts & crafts, board games, story time, walking residents, bingo, food servers, picnic helpers and much more here at St. Paul’s. We encourage you to take a look at our Volunteer Program Brochure and see some of the individual and corporate volunteers who have helped us in the past.
Ready to Set Your Roots?
Read our requirements and then download, save to your computer, and upload to Volunteer Program via the volunteer form below. If you prefer to fax your application you may fax it to 619.239.1256.
Once our Volunteer Coordinator has received your application they will reach out to you and schedule a meet and greet.
The requirements for being a volunteer depends on the service you provide in which you may be required to clear fingerprints before you volunteer. We ask that you have the same passion and need to serve your community as St. Paul’s Senior Services.
To find out more about the volunteering opportunities at St. Paul’s, please contact or Volunteer Coordinator at: (619) 239-6900 or email@example.com
What are group volunteers at St. Paul’s?
Group volunteers can be comprised of as little as 4 individuals from an organization, corporation or volunteer group.
Who can volunteer?
At St. Paul’s Senior Services, we welcome anyone wanting to share their time, knowledge, enthusiasm, and passion to help others with our volunteer program. We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities in our residential living communities and PACE Centers. Our volunteers play a huge role when it comes to our service, compassion, and operations here at St. Paul’s.
What can group volunteers do?
Host an Ice Cream Social
Put together gift bags for the holiday season
Serve holiday lunches
Lead a drive to collect clothing or food or basic needs items
Join our LUV Gala Planning Committee
What are the requirements for group volunteers?
Fill out a Volunteer Application Form
Fill out a Volunteer Release and Waiver of Liability Agreement
Fill out a Statement of Good Health
Is your group ready to set your roots?
Read our requirements and then download, save to your computer, and upload to Volunteer Program via the volunteer form below. If you prefer to fax your resume you may fax it to 619.239.1256.
To find out more about the Group volunteering opportunities at St. Paul’s, please contact or Corporate & Group Volunteer Coordinator Stewart Gaddy, at: (619) 239-6900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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