Check out our 30th Anniversary Video! After 30 years, we have so much to share. Thank you to all or our wonderful volunteers, our supporters, and the care receivers who let us be part of their lives. You are a blessing to us.
Interfaith Volunteers, founded in the community of faith, involves trained volunteers of all ages who pool their energies and talents to assist elderly and disabled adults, to maintain their dignity and independence. As a service organization of neighbors helping neighbors, Interfaith partners with many area agencies to try and meet needs in our community that are not being met. We assist our volunteers and care receivers to improve their quality of life in Jackson County, Wisconsin.
Thirty Years of Volunteers
In 2019 Jackson County Interfaith Volunteers celebrates 30 years of helping our volunteers put their Faith into Action!
We recruit volunteers to provide services that keep our clients living in their homes for as long as possible.
- Our services are done by volunteers in the community.
- Interfaith does not charge for our services, but donations are greatly appreciated and allow us to continue helping others.
- We work with our community and all area churches to recruit and train volunteers that have a desire to help others, making our community stronger, one volunteer at a time.
Women in History
Jackson County Women In History is coordinated by Jackson County
Health and Human Services, Black River Memorial Hospital, Jackson County
Sheriff’s Department, and Interfaith Volunteer’s.
To see all past recipients, click here.
We provide support to local programs working throughout Wisconsin to help elderly and disabled neighbors in need.
Our programs provide a variety of volunteer-based services, from assistance with shopping and errands to rides for medical appointments, to friendly visits with a homebound neighbor.
Services vary by program. Please check with the program in your area for a list of services.