Make an Impact | Become a volunteer

Volunteers bring joy to our residents. Dedicated members of our community volunteer on our campus. Whether you are a student looking to fulfill Student Service Learning (SSL) hours or a Mitzvah project, a retiree looking for a meaningful experience, or you just want to strengthen your ties to the community, we have an opportunity for you.

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Volunteering Opportunities

Some of our volunteer areas include:

  • Friendly visiting/Adopt-a-Grandparent Program
  • Onsite wheelchair transport
  • Performing and entertaining
  • Internships with Rehabilitation Team (limited availability)
  • Dining room assistance
  • Translation
  • Pastoral Care Program
  • Holidays support
  • Administrative assistance

Holidays

Holidays are very special because of the traditions associated with them. Contact our volunteer team in advance for more information about helping on the following holidays: Passover, Easter, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, and other federal holidays.

Clubs, Groups, and Corporate Team Building

Is your club, group, or department looking to make a difference? Please complete this group volunteer form.

Adopt-a-Grandparent Program

The Adopt-a-Grandparent Program is a student-run volunteer project that connects teenage volunteers with older adults living on our campus. Volunteers are encouraged to spend time on a weekly basis and during holidays to develop a meaningful relationship. To participate, complete the volunteer packet and attend an orientation.

The Harold and Shirley Robinson H²YP Youth Philanthropy Program

The Harold and Shirley Robinson H²YP, Youth Philanthrophy Program creates a new generation of givers. High School students take an active role as funders of grants to CESLC programs. Students gain a deeper appreciation of tzedakah and what it can accomplish. Participants earn Student Service Learning (SSL) hours.

Email Lauren Fielding or call 301-816-7746 to obtain more information.

The Link Generations Program at Ring House

Link Generations creates inter-generational experiences that help people of all ages develop a sense of purpose and connection to others. This monthly inter-generational program links Ring House residents with local middle and high school students.

For dates and details about Link Generations, please call 301-365-2218 or visit the Link Generation’s website for more information.

Want to
Learn More?

To find out more about becoming a volunteer, please contact us.

Call 301-770-8333
or email Monica Mayer.