Volunteer

Looking for ways to make a difference? We can help you identify your skills and find a cause that lights you up. Many opportunities exist, including the ones below. The following programs rely upon adult volunteers (without regard to age):


Senior Companion Program

Make independence a reality for homebound older adults! As a Senior Companion, you can provide socialization by sharing an activity, escorting someone to a medical appointment, shopping together, writing letters, filling out forms, sharing a meal, or allowing family caregivers to have some respite. Volunteers serve a minimum of 15 hours a week, must income qualify and pass a background check and health screening. An hourly stipend and expense reimbursement are available. For more details, please contact 520-305-3453.

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Healthy Living Programs

If you enjoy encouraging others to accomplish healthy living and well-being goals, consider becoming a Healthy Living volunteer leader or coach for community-based workshops. Training, mentoring and support are provided.

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Take YOUR Shot Program

If you are interested in encouraging fellow community members to get vaccinated and stay informed about the importance of COVID-19 vaccines, booster shots, and Flu shots, consider joining the Take YOUR Shot team. Everyone is encouraged to volunteer and attend the upcoming canvassing and phone banking events, and all volunteers will be trained to answer common questions about vaccines, help set up appointments, and connect residents with resources like free in-home vaccine administration. For more details, please contact Leah Marty at 520-790-7573 ext. 1768 or lmarty@pcoa.org.

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