Volunteering

Volunteer Opportunities at Castle Country

We believe in the power of community and the invaluable contribution volunteers can make to the lives of seniors. Whether you are looking to give back, gain experience, or connect with others, volunteering in a senior living community offers a rewarding experience for both volunteers and residents.

Why Volunteer

  • Make a Difference: Positively impact the lives of seniors by providing companionship, support, and joy.
  • Learn and Grow: Gain valuable skills and experience in caregiving, communication, and teamwork.
  • Connect: Build meaningful relationships with seniors and other community members.
  • Give Back: Contribute to a vibrant community and improve the quality of life for our elder members.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Activity Assistant: Help organize and facilitate recreational activities such as games, crafts, music, and exercise classes.
  • Companionship Volunteer: Spend time with residents, engage in conversations, read books, or share hobbies.
  • Tech Helper: Assist residents in using technology to connect with their loved ones and explore digital resources.
  • Special Events Volunteer: Support the planning and execution of community events like holiday celebrations and social gatherings.
  • Gardening Volunteer: Contribute to the beauty of our outdoor spaces by helping with gardening and landscaping.

Requirements:

  • Age 18 or older (some opportunities available for younger volunteers with supervision).
  • Complete a volunteer application and background check.
  • Attend a volunteer orientation and training session.
  • Commit to a regular volunteering schedule (flexible options available).

 

How to Apply:

  • Fill out our online volunteer application form.
  • Attend an interview to discuss your interests and availability.
  • Complete the required training and orientation.
  • Start making a difference in our community!

 

Become a part of our vibrant community and make a lasting impact on the lives of our senior residents. Apply today and start your journey as a volunteer in our senior living communities!Have questions or need more information? Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (719) 396-4260.

Additional Volunteer Opportunties

  • Meal Assistance Volunteer: Help with serving meals, providing company during mealtimes, or assisting residents who need help with eating.
  • Dining Room Service Volunteer: Assist in the dining area by setting tables, serving meals, and providing a welcoming and sociable atmosphere for residents during mealtimes.
  • Kitchen Help Volunteer: Support our kitchen staff by helping with meal preparation, organizing supplies, and ensuring a clean and efficient kitchen environment.
  • Pet Therapy Volunteer: Bring your trained therapy animal to provide comfort and companionship to residents.
  • Arts and Crafts Instructor: Lead arts and crafts sessions, helping residents explore their creativity and develop new skills.
  • Educational Tutor: Provide tutoring or educational assistance in various subjects, including technology, languages, or other areas of interest.
  • Exercise and Wellness Guide: Lead or assist with exercise classes like yoga, tai chi, or light aerobics tailored for seniors.
  • Music and Entertainment Volunteer: Share your musical talents by performing for residents or helping organize musical events.
  • Memory Care Volunteer: Work with residents who have memory-related conditions, engaging them in activities that stimulate cognitive function and provide emotional support.
  • Transportation Assistant: Help residents with transportation to appointments, shopping trips, or community events.
  • Gardening Club Coordinator: Organize a gardening club, leading activities and helping residents maintain a community garden.
  • Administrative Support Volunteer: Assist with clerical tasks, answering phones, or helping with mailings and community communication.
  • Intergenerational Program Volunteer: Facilitate programs that connect residents with local youth groups or schools for shared activities and learning experiences.
  • Special Skills Volunteer: Share any special skills or talents you have, such as photography, language teaching, or history expertise, to enrich the lives of residents.

Each of these roles offers a unique way to contribute to our senior living communities, and we are always open to new ideas and initiatives from our volunteers. Join us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our residents!