We could not live out our mission without the dedicated volunteers who serve at Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County. Our volunteers consistently report the life-affirming nature of their experience, and there is data to back that up. Read the Corporation for National & Community Service report.
Are you a retiree looking for meaningful activities? Do you feel called to help those in need? Consider becoming a volunteer caregiver.
We need caring adults, 18 years and older, to provide non-medical support to homebound individuals. Volunteers are provided with specialized training and ongoing support to serve as caregivers. Volunteer training is offered each month with daytime and evening sessions to accommodate your schedule.
Looking for work experience to build your resume? Or a way to put your experience to work for the greater good? We need administrative support volunteers like you.
If you have experience with clerical work, event planning or fundraising – or you would like to get experience – please consider volunteering with us. We need help managing our database, proof-reading, preparing mailings, producing special events and reaching out to the community.
To learn more about becoming a volunteer, call 609-393-9922.
Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County proudly sponsors RSVP volunteers for our Neighbors Helping Neighbors program. These 55 + year olds are part of a national network of volunteers giving back to their communities. Learn more