Make an Impact

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.

Volunteer Application

Volunteering Opportunities

Some of our volunteer needs include:

  • Friendly visiting
  • Adopt-a-Grandparent Program
  • Assist with activities
  • Performing and entertaining
  • Dining room assistance
  • Pastoral Care Program
  • 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, Christmas and 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.

The Harold and Shirley Robinson H²YP Youth Philanthropy Program

The Harold and Shirley Robinson H²YP, Youth Philanthropy 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

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 residents with local middle and high school students.

For dates and details about Link Generations, please 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.