Become a CaringMatters Volunteer
Our volunteers are valued for their compassion, their willingness to provide assistance in time of need, and their many interests and talents that support all aspects of the organization. For nearly 30 years, thousands of volunteers have earned CaringMatters its reputation for outstanding service and care.
In exchange for our volunteers' time, CaringMatters offers a
friendly, professional team that values talents and appreciates
one’s desire to serve the Montgomery County community.
Our organization holds staff and volunteers accountable for
respecting diversity and differences. We have policies for
maintaining a professional working environment. We honor
our volunteers each year at our volunteer appreciation event.
We know you have many choices when you select an organization that is worthy of your time, talents, dedication, and enthusiasm. Thank you for considering CaringMatters!
“The best part for me about volunteering with CaringMatters is the exceptional heart and dedication of every member of the organization, from the highest staff leadership to the large and varied volunteer force. Something fierce and brave draws us to this work, and I believe it is the compassion and humanity that are the treasures found among the debris of our own experiences of grief. Only service heals.”
– CaringMatters Volunteer
Provide caregiving & companionship to those who are on their end-of-life journey – and their families – by simply being there to support, listen and lend a helping hand.
Train and serve as a facilitator for bereavement groups, which offer grieving individuals an emotionally safe place to gently begin the healing process.
Co-facilitate a peer support group with a school counselor for children in grades K-12 to discuss their feelings about the death of a loved one and develop coping skills.
Train and serve as a “Big Buddy” at Camp Erin, a weekend grief camp for a children who have recently experienced the death of a loved one.
“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.”