Jackson County Interfaith Volunteers

Helping You Put Your Faith in Action

Services Provided

Jackson County Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, is a faith based organization providing services to older adults, disabled individuals and people with special needs.  We will take into consideration all needs. However, to ensure the safety of the volunteers and care receivers, it is our policy to do a background screening on both the care receivers and volunteers.  Your initial service may require up to 48 hour’s notice.

If you have a need, call Lori or Carol at Interfaith Volunteers, at 715-284-7058, and we will do our best to find a volunteer to assist you. All services are available based on volunteer’s availability and unfortunately not all matches are possible.

We are proud to be a part of the Wisconsin Interfaith in Action Network.

Fall/Spring Yard Clean Up:
Each year Interfaith has volunteers from area congregations and community groups that will help you prepare for fall or spring.  Volunteers are able to help with small projects including raking leaves, washing outdoor windows, cleaning first level gutters, setting out or storing lawn furniture, or other tasks as needed.

Friendly Visitor / Reassurance Calls:
If you live alone, Interfaith may be able to find a friendly visitor to call or stop, making those days less lonely.  Even if you are home bound, you may be able to be a friendly voice for someone else!

Grocery Shopping/Errands:
Our volunteers can help with tasks such as grocery shopping or other errands, depending on need and availability.

Volunteers can sometimes assist with lite housekeeping such as vacuuming, mopping, dusting, or other tasks as needed.  This is on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis.  For safety reasons, volunteers are not able to help with heavy lifting.

Lawn Mowing/Snow Removal:
Occasionally we are able to find a volunteer to do small lawn mowing or snow removal jobs, however depending on conditions it is sometimes hard for our volunteers to get out. We will do the best we can to find a volunteer to assist with small lawn mowing or snow removal, but cannot guarantee the timeliness or frequency of this volunteer service.

Respite/Caregiver Support: 
Volunteers can provide much needed respite care for caregivers. This is a completely non-medical service but offers some much needed relief to caregivers.  Volunteers provide a friendly visitor to loved one safes while giving caregivers some much needed time of their own.


Interfaith Volunteers provide transportation to medical appointments, church, shopping, or to other social gatherings.