We at St. Anne’s believe that each resident is
a member of the community,
a unique person with individual interests and challenges.
Who Volunteers Are
Volunteers have been called “
They are public-spirited citizens who are interested in those in need; they are aware of the specific needs of their community,
and are willing to give their time and energy without salary.
Why Volunteers Serve
Volunteers serve because they are interested in participating in community life and feel responsible for the society in which they live.
There is also the tradition of mutual helpfulness, the need to serve and belong,
the desire to gain knowledge and to put talents and leisure time to use.
Volunteers can answer a unique need in homes like St. Anne’s, supplying many needed services for persons living in these homes.
These services protect and help in the physical and mental health of the residents.
Volunteers offer something money cannot buy: the priceless offer of friendship, warmth, personal interest,
thoughtful and individual attention, and sincere and true concern of someone from the community.
How to Become a Volunteer
If you are interested in volunteering at St. Anne’s, please contact:
or fill out our form below.
We would be happy to talk with you about how your unique skills
and interests could help our residents here at St. Anne’s.
The goals of our volunteers at St. Anne’s are:
~ To help each resident find some moments of happiness and interest in life,
hope for the future, and a belief that someone cares.
~ To help each resident restore faith and a sense of self-worth and self-dignity.
~ To help each resident preserve those faculties which are still active.
~ To provide opportunities for each resident to be of service to St. Anne’s and the community.
A Volunteer’s Pledge
Believing that St. Anne’s Guest Home has a real need of my services as a volunteer worker:
~ I will by punctual and conscientious in the fulfillment of my duties and accept supervision graciously.
~ I will conduct myself with dignity, courtesy, and consideration.
~ I will consider as confidential all information that I may hear directly or indirectly concerning a resident.
~ I will take any problems, criticisms, or suggestions to my immediate supervisor or volunteer coordinator.
~ I will endeavor to make my work of the highest quality.
~ I will uphold the standards of St. Anne’s and will interpret them to the community at large.
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