Volunteer

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Family Service, and the clients we serve, benefit greatly from the generous assistance of community volunteers. The following is a list of many of the volunteer opportunities at Family Service; please call us for more information or to volunteer!

Meals on Wheels: Deliver meals to seniors. Meals are delivered Monday – Friday from approximately 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Volunteers can choose to help out daily, weekly or even once a month. Requires use of volunteer’s car; mileage reimbursement and supplemental insurance provided by Family Service. For more information, call Terry Goode at 352-0099. Download SRC Meals on Wheels Volunteer Job Description

Corporate Partners: Businesses and service groups adopt a Meals on Wheels route and provide volunteers to deliver it at least once a month. Partners report it’s a great way to give back to the community and build unity in your group at the same time.  Call Terry Goode at 352-0099 for more information.

Senior Transportation: Provide rides and escort for seniors to necessary services such as medical appointments, grocery shopping, etc. Requires use of volunteer’s car; mileage reimbursement and supplemental insurance provided by Family Service. For more information, call Terry Goode at 352-0099. SRC Senior Transportation – Volunteer Job Description

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program: Drive senior volunteers to and from their volunteer activity to help them remain active and involved in the community. Requires use of volunteer’s car. For more information, call Karen Graves at 359-6500 or email rsvpchampaign@gmail.com. More about RSVP.

Stevick Senior Center: Teach a class or lead an activity for seniors; time and frequency at your discretion. For more information, call Karen Graves at 359-6500 or email rsvpchampaign@gmail.com.

Office Assistant: Help with phone and client reception, other office work as needed. Flexible hours. For more information, contact Terry Goode at 352-0099. Download SRC Office Support – Volunteer Job Description

Self-Help Center: Assist with database entry of information on self-help groups or help with calls to update group information. For more information, contact Loralea Liss at 352-0099.

Board of Directors and Program Advisory Committees: Board of Directors establishes policy and provides oversight for agency operations. Program Advisory Committees provide input and assistance to program staff. Time requirements vary from several hours per month to a few hours per year. For more information, contact Sheryl Bautch at 352-0099.