SoulMates Volunteer Teen Program

“Being a part of the SoulMates Teen Volunteer Program has been incredibly rewarding. I get so much more out of this experience than what I give. ~ Teen Volunteer

Volunteers are at the heart of Hospice & Community Care. They contribute to the lives of our patients and their families every day. If you know a teen (age 15-18) looking to make a meaningful difference, please encourage them to participate in our SoulMates Teen Volunteer Program. The SoulMates Program is a way for area teens to learn firsthand about the importance of volunteering and the impact they can have on the community. We will provide a comprehensive training program to help them decide where to begin their volunteering journey.


  • A rewarding way to give back to your community
  • Fulfill school service- learning/community service requirements
  • Great addition to add to your resume or college application
  • Opportunity for meaningful intergenerational experiences
  • Gain valuable hands-on skills

Teen Volunteer Roles:

  • Provide companionship to patients
  • Record patient interviews & life reviews
  • Greet visitors at the Bob Fryer & Family Inpatient Center
  • Help with landscaping/gardening projects
  • Play music or sing to patients and families
  • Support special community events
  • Participate in the Sunshine Crew (Holiday crafts, birthday cards, baking, etc.)


  • Teens 15–18 years old
  • Must attend an in-person Volunteer Training (session offered quarterly)
  • Parental Consent Form
  • Must have flu vaccination & TB test (Tuberculosis skin test paid for by organization)
  • Desire to make a difference!

For more information, contact Jen Horan, Director of Volunteer Services, at (717) 735-2466 CLICK HERE to apply.