Contact: Bruce Tyler, 447-2731 or email@example.com
Cashier and other duties as assigned.
Cancer Treatment Center
One four-hour shift per week, assisting patients and staff in the Cancer Treatment Center. Please call Russ Bell for more details on this volunteer position, 442-1255.
Health Resource Center
Two to four hour shifts, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Assists cancer patients and their families. Manage the Cancer Resource Library's books, pamphlets, video tapes and other resources
Monday - Friday, 1 p.m. until rounds completed (usually two hours). Visiting patients in rooms, providing coffee, candy, magazines and conversation.
Daily, 4 shifts between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Cashiers, customer service, stocking shelves, inventory.
Main and East Entrance Desk Receptionist
Greet visitors, provide wayfinding and wheelchair assistance.
Department of Organizational Excellence
Various office duties.
Women & Children's Unit
Photograph newborn babies and upload them to web site nursery, prepare congratulatory card for OB staff.
Graphic design of forms and publications. Print job assistance (folding, compiling, hole punching, delivery).
Special events and projects on-call basis, preparing mailings, filing, and data entry. Represent Hospital at health fairs and other events.
Waiting Room Host
Assist visitors in waiting rooms, check on patient progress for family members, keep magazines current, keep room tidy, etc.
To become a hospital volunteer, refer to the application at the bottom of this page.
To volunteer for any of the Foundation’s activities, please call 444-2370.
Foundation Office Assistance
Volunteers provide help at least once per month for 1-2 hours and on an as–needed basis. Tasks include new donor recognition mailings, volunteers calls, and other miscellaneous tasks.
Foundation Special Event Help:
Volunteers are needed to help in various capacities for all special events. To sign up to help, refer to the application at the bottom of this page.
Volunteers are needed to help hand–address family acknowledgement cards for gifts received during this special event. This effort begins in mid–April and continues through May. Volunteers normally work 2-3 hours during the Foundation’s office hours (8:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday.) Volunteers are also needed to help place the pinwheels before the ceremony.
Tough Enough to Wear Pink: Helena/East Helena and Camp Cowgirl
If you love pink, this is the event for you! Volunteers get to decorate the grandstands, sell raffle tickets and pink merchandise, assist the ladies of Camp Cowgirl, and honor survivors of breast cancer.
You can spend a day relaxing on the course for a great cause. Volunteers can help with registration, handing out player bags, or visiting with the players while watching for that prize-winning hole in one. More adventurous volunteers are also needed for the gambling holes and putting green contests.
This is an opportunity to put on your finest for an evening out! Volunteers are needed throughout the event, from welcoming guests at registration, to showing auction items, and helping guests with their purchases. Pre-event help is even more important – decorating, soliciting auction items, and venue set up are all great ways to meet some new friends while supporting a great cause!
Hospice Light A Life
From the first Tuesday in November through the second Thursday in December, the Foundation utilizes volunteers to hand–address family acknowledgement cards for gifts received during this special event. Volunteers normally work two hours between 8:00am to 5:00pm weekdays. Volunteers are also used for setup, serving and cleanup at the tree-lighting event held at the Civic Center the second Thursday in December. Contact the Foundation for more information, 444-2370.
Contact Lynne Grant, Hospice Volunteer Coordinator 447-2464 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers who attend Hospice Volunteer Training and meet screening guidelines are assigned to a patient/family. This individual participates in end–of–life care by assisting family caregivers. It can be as little as providing time to allow the caregiver to shop, have some alone time, attend to personal appointments, etc. to the point of providing direct patient care assistance, such as changing linens or cleaning. Hospice staff provides specific patient care requirements.
St. Peter’s Hospital Association
Contact the President of St. Peter’s Hospital Association at 442-4622.
Members of this Association support St. Peter’s by staffing the Hospital Gift Shop, the Hospitality Cart, and other special projects. The projects include the annual membership drive Tea, the Holiday Sock Sew, and annual Association Luncheon. Membership dues are $10 per year, meetings every other month.
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