Committed to the health and well-being of the people
of Western North Carolina
Why Volunteer With CarePartners Foundation
Volunteering for a worthy cause can bring great joy and satisfaction. A volunteer serves the community and believes that individual involvement makes a meaningful difference. At CarePartners, volunteers are welcomed as an important part of our team.
As a volunteer you can:
Meet new people and develop lasting friendships
Build valuable skills and use existing skills
Explore possible career options
Meet scholastic requirements
Work with a friendly and professional team
Have the satisfaction that comes from making a difference in your community.
We invite you to become a member of our team! We appreciate all of our volunteers. Thank you for 741 hours during the month of January.
Multiple Volunteer Opportunities
CarePartners volunteer opportunities cover a wide range of needs and areas, so whatever your interests, talents, or skills we can find the fit that works for you. Volunteer opportunities are available in various areas throughout the organization. Limited opportunities are available for high school students.
Interested in volunteer work at one of our retail locations? Complete one of the online forms or contact Sharon Pearson, Retail Volunteer Coordinator, at 828-277-4888 or email Sharon.
Hospice Thrift Store/Estate Sales form is here.
Hospital Gift Shop form is here.
Special Event Volunteers
Drums and Dragons- A brand new fundraising event for CarePartners Foundation will take place June 24th, 2017 on Lake Julian in Arden, NC. Be one of the dozens of volunteers needed to manage a dragon boat race.
For updates about this unique, competitive, dynamic event please “like” our FaceBook Page, Drums and Dragons.
To be an event volunteer, please check out the online schedule to view openings and sign up. Shifts are four hours or less and you will receive training and support in advance.
Contact Amanda Cantrell, Special Event Coordinator at 828-989-5067 or email@example.com.
Hospice Volunteer Application Process
If you’re interested in becoming a Hospice volunteer, you will need to fill out an application, sign a confidentiality agreement, and provide two references. Once you application is received, we will arrange a personal interview so that we can answer your questions and become more familiar with your interests and availability. If you are specifically interested in working with Hospice patients, call Danny Johnson, Hospice Volunteer Coordinator at 828-274-9567 x 40123 or email Danny.