Whether your talents are weeding and pulling bushes (like in our men’s house shown), teaching life skills, or sharing your favorite hobby, we can use your unique gift!
Our young nonprofit is growing! We need leaders in the community willing to assist either as Committee Leaders or members to battle the impact addiction has on our families and community.
Adams County Children Services is the agency responsible, by law, for helping children who are at risk of being abused, neglected or dependent. Whenever possible, our goal is to keep the children in their homes. However, when necessary, the children may need to be placed in an alternative setting until they can be reunified safely…
Provide help and create hope for local families through the Christmas Giving Tree and Holiday Food Basket Programs by: participating in sign ups for holiday programs, organizing and sorting gifts and food, or distributing Christmas Giving Tree gifts and Holiday Food Baskets.
ACRMC Auxiliary volunteers provide multiple services throughout the hospital. They provide coverage of the welcome desk, greeting and providing directions to patients and visitors. They assist many departments and are always willing to help. In addition they operate the Auxiliary Gift Shop. Proceeds from the Gift Shop are used to assist the hospital in purchasing…
Pastoral Services at the hospital directs and enhances the spiritual care of patients, families and hospital staff. The mission is based on the Judeo-Christian faith and is designed to promote the healing process as part of a united effort with other professionals in the health care field. The chaplains are ministers or lay ministers who…
Programs include Agricultural & Natural Resources, 4-H Youth Development, Family & Consumer Sciences, Community Development, Master Gardener, and food preparation. Select what youth age group you would like to work with from 5 to 19 years old.
Advocate for Children who are victims of dependency, neglect and/or abuse.
Volunteers can also assist with shopping and other errands, or stay with the patient to allow family caregivers a break from the demands of caregiving.
There are many ways that Hospice of Hope volunteers contribute. This can include companionship, reading to patients, taking walks, listening to music, writing letters, taking them to appointments, and other activities.