There are so many opportunities to volunteer and support the Friendship Centers. Because the programs and services are so diverse at each Friendship Centers location, there's a never-ending variety of needs for more support. Just click on the link below for the volunteer application.
For more Information contact: Volunteer Development Manager, Caroline Allen 941.556.3249, firstname.lastname@example.org For opportunities at other county locations, call: Charlotte: 941.255.0723. DeSoto: 863.494.5965 Lee: 239.275.1881 Collier: 239.556.7425
There are many opportunities to be part of "People Helping People", including:
- Volunteer physicians, dentists, pharmacists and medical personnel at our clinics
- Home delivered meals drivers
- Instructors at our senior centers
- Friendly visitors who help homebound elders at home through our Friendship at Home program,
- Teens who share their technical expertise in our summer "Tech Boot Camps" for seniors
- Much more...
The Friendship Centers has been helping older adults live with dignity and independence since 1973. We are a private, non-profit non-sectarian charitable organization, which has earned a state, national and international reputation for innovative approaches to service delivery for older adults.
Join our family of "Million Dollar" Volunteers
"People Helping People" is the cornerstone of our philosophy. Since our founding. volunteers have contributed more than 1,132,223 hours at a value of $25,503,482. Last year, 1500 men and women donated more than 132,000 hours of service with an in-kind value of nearly $2.5 million. When you become a volunteer at SFC you can be proud to be part of a family of volunteers who are helping to improve the quality of life and health for older adults every day.