We are recruiting!
Volunteering at Louis Brier Home & Hospital
At Louis Brier Home & Hospital, we provide our residents with a life that is enriched in every way. Achieving this goal would simply not be possible without the support and commitment of our volunteers who offer their expertise, skills, and companionship to enhance the quality of everyday living.
Volunteers provide innovative programs, assist with vital daily services, and serve as a link to the community. Ultimately, volunteers are available to help our residents maintain those connections that they value and cherish. Volunteers also accompany our residents to concerts, synagogues, and other organized outings. They teach classes to residents such as computer skills, arts & crafts and flower arranging, and they also assist with exercise programs, decorating for the holidays, and much more.
Be a Volunteer – We Can Always Use your Expertise!
Volunteering at the Louis Brier Home & Hospital is an incredibly rewarding experience. But do not take our word for it – here are some of the things our volunteers have said about their experience:
"Spending valuable time with the residents has been very fulfilling!"
“Seniors can be great mentors to us; we can learn a lot from their experience. They are deeply knowledgeable and like to tell their stories to others.”
“I recently retired, and volunteering helps me stay involved in the community.”
“I knew that I was interested in studying nursing after high school; my volunteer experience has really confirmed my choice of a future career.”
If you have a skill or expertise that you would like to share, we are ALWAYS looking for new volunteers. We value and respect the contributions of our volunteers and believe that with their ideas and involvement, the possibilities are endless.
Ready to take the next step?
Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older to volunteer without guardian
A time commitment is required
Complete and send the Online Volunteer Application Form
Complete any training, if required
COVID-19 Vaccine is required and Flu Vaccine is highly recommended
Making people’s lives BETTER!
Enjoying a sense of purpose and personal fulfillment
Developing connections with residents, family members, and staff
Enhancing a specific skill set and sharing your experience and expertise with others
Learning from a supportive and knowledgeable staff team
Having flexible hours adapted to your own schedule
Jewish Culture ducation
Letter from a Friend
Recreation (Bingo, Movie Night, etc.)
Tell me a Story