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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are at the heart of VNA's programs & services.
VNA’s volunteers are among the very best!​

Whether you are searching for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others or looking for professional development in your health care career, VNA has many opportunities to volunteer your time and talents for the good of others.


Our Hospice Care program is also pleased to include four-legged friends among its volunteers. Dogs and cats like to volunteer their time and are welcome visitors in many homes and nursing homes through the “Love on a Leash” program.


Volunteering Opportunities

Hospice Care

We are searching for volunteers to serve in the following areas:


  • Friendly Visitor – Visit and spend time with a patient who needs support and companionship.

  • Crafts – Sew, knit, or crochet lap blankets or craft seasonal items for patients.

  • Notary Services – Notarize documents for homebound patients.

  • Massage Therapy – Provide massages to patients and families.

  • Special Projects – Assist with annual or short-term projects such as fundraising, events, or recruitment.

  • Music Therapy – Provide calming and peaceful music to patients by playing a musical instrument or singing.

Office Support 

Clerical – Assist in various office duties such as:

  • Receptionist.

  • Data entry.

  • Preparing mailings.

  • Answering phones.

  • Various other clerical/office duties

Visit-A-Bit Program

This program is designed to address senior loneliness. It's a weekly socialization program that  connects seniors with a volunteer.  To learn more about this volunteer opportunity visit

Flu Program 

We have many opportunities for friendly, conscientious volunteers to serve the community through Flu Clinics. Interested individuals must be at least 18 years of age.


We are searching for volunteers to serve in the following areas: 


  • Volunteer Flu Nurse (RN) - Administer vaccinations to clients

  • On-site clinic support - Assist by processing paperwork, assist, patients in completing forms; collect fees for services at site; assist in crowd control; assist the nursing staff; distribute materials for patients. 

Services Hours

Many schools in the area require their students to complete “service hours” to give back and support their community.  Contact us for more information.


VNA collaborates with colleges and universities in the St. Louis area to provide externship hours for their students.  Contact us for more information.

VNA volunteers are provided with the necessary training and support on an ongoing basis. Currently, the hospice program serves patients in St. Louis City/County, St. Charles County, Jefferson County and Franklin County. 

To learn more about volunteering at VNA or schedule a time to participate, please use the form below and we will contact you within 48 business hours. Subsequent correspondence will be related to your service inquiry only. 


To volunteer for the Visit-A-Bit Program, click here


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