UMRC Volunteers – Making a Difference
Volunteers play a vital role in helping us achieve our mission of making life better for those we serve. Our volunteers work hand in hand with our staff to create a warm, welcoming, and caring atmosphere on all of our campuses. Our residents and their families greatly appreciate the contributions – from care to companionship – that our volunteers make.
Are you interested in making a difference in your community? If so, we invite you to join our community in serving those who could use your help.
“It’s an opportunity to serve and give back. I know it’s part of a master plan for our life. People’s eyes light up when they see the dogs, and the dogs respond to this energy. That’s why I love bringing them to see people; it gives me joy to see them smile.” – David Wilson, Canine-Assisted Therapy Volunteer
“I get more than I give. I really like helping people. My mother used to volunteer here, and then lived here in the 1990s until she passed away. She always had such good care here.” – Joyce Cooke, Volunteer Manicurist
“The Lord Jesus said we should serve others and that’s what I’m doing right here” – John Savage, Mezzanine Gift Shoppe Volunteer
“I love visiting with residents. Getting to know people, their life, their stories—I’m blessed to do this!” – Brenda Schmitz-Savage, Mezzanine Gift Shoppe Volunteer
Please submit an application by clicking here.
We greatly value the contributions of our current volunteers. Current volunteers can login to the Volunteer portal by clicking here.