Interfaith relies on over 200 compassionate volunteers to provide over 8,000 volunteer hours each year. If you have one hour a week or one hour a month you can be part of our Interfaith family.
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.
Volunteers assist with transportation, friendly visits, grocery shopping, respite care, yard work or minor home repairs, light house cleaning, or mentoring.
Individuals, families or groups can volunteer in any of our program areas. Below is a more detailed listing of areas you or your group can volunteer. For more information, call Interfaith at 715-284-7058 or contact us here.
Interfaith Volunteer Opportunities
Coordinator: Be liaison through your church, either by recruiting
volunteers through or tracking volunteer activities, and identify people who
may need a helping hand.
Cleaning: Volunteer to
provide simple weekly or bi-weekly cleaning to an elderly or disabled
individuals, which may include vacuuming, mopping, and dusting.
Appointments: Give an elderly or disabled individual a ride
to their medical appointment, church, social visit or a grocery store based on
your availability and location.
Yard Clean Up: Gather your family, friends, congregation and
youth group and tackle a seasonal outdoor project for our clients. These are one-day events that last a few
hours. Projects include: raking leaves,
washing outdoor windows, cleaning first level gutters, setting out lawn
Visiting: Visit with an isolated senior or disabled
individual for a few hours a month.
Go: Deliver groceries from our Groceries to Go Program on Wednesday morning. One day a month or every week.
Shopping with a Care Recipient: Take a care receiver shopping.
Home Safe and
Sound: Volunteer to assist people successfully
transition home, either from the hospital or from an extended care facility
after surgery or illness.
United Mentoring Program Volunteer): Interfaith coordinates volunteers that spend
one hour a week during the school year, being a positive role model for a
student. Mentors are matched with one
student and build a relationship with that student in the school setting.
Lawn Mowing: Get paired up
with a client in need of general lawn maintenance and mow their lawn throughout
the warm months. Who doesn’t like the smell
of freshly cut grass?
Respite/Caregiver Support: Relieve a live-in caregiver by spending time
with their loved one as needed. This is
completely non-medical; you just need to be a friendly face!
Snow Removal: Shovel the
driveway of a senior in your area each time it snows.
Reassurance Calls: Make weekly phone calls to socialize with elderly or
disabled shut ins.
Time For You: Volunteer one day a week or one day a month
at our new Time For You Respite Program.
VIP (Visually Impaired Program Reader: Read the weekly papers on cassette once a month or
every other month so those who are visually impaired can enjoy the weekly
Your Library to Go: Deliver library books to elderly or disabled shut ins.