Put a Smile on a Resident’s Face
At The Weils, we are always searching for volunteers who are looking to help in the community and make a difference in the lives of our residents and rehab patients.
Volunteering at The Weils is more than just giving your time. It offers you a way to:
- Develop friendships
- Know you have made a difference in the lives of others and in the quality of your own life
- Discover new skills and talents as well as sharpen the ones you already have
- Explore career options
Volunteer Opportunities: We value our volunteers and pride ourselves in matching our volunteers’ skills and interests with those of our residents. While we have organized volunteer opportunities, we welcome your ideas to create new programs or activities that our residents may enjoy.
Volunteer possibilities include:
- Organize a game of bridge, Mahjong or Poker
- Teach a hobby
- Lead a book discussion
- Plant a garden
- Lead a singing group
- Play an instrument
- Help on outings and field trips
- Assist with office work
- Become a Mens Club Leader – lead discussion groups, discuss current events, etc.
- Help out at Happy Hour
Frequently Asked Questions About Volunteering
Is there a minimum age requirement?
We welcome individuals and groups of all ages. Both adult and junior volunteers may participate in the same opportunities with the only difference being that adults are 18 and older and juniors are 12-18. You must be at least 12 years old to push a wheelchair. Children under the age of 12 must be under the supervision of a parent.
Are there a minimum number of hours I must commit to volunteering?
There is no set time limit–give as much or as little time as you have. Other than a few guidelines, the specifics–duration, days, activities and frequency of your commitment are up to you! Whether you are volunteering for fun, service hours, a mitzvah or church project or simply because you know it is important, we will plan a volunteer schedule that works for you.
What are the steps to becoming a volunteer?
- Formal interview
- Completion of application
- Signature on HIPPA form (for patient and resident privacy)
- Submission of two written references
- 2-step TB screening
- 90-minute orientation
For more information or to get started please contact: Diane Weiner, Auxiliary and Volunteer Manager, at 216-910-2741 or firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Mary Kate Hageman, Adult and Junior Volunteer Coordinator at 216-910-2566 or email@example.com .