A volunteer is a person who generously offers to donate their time and talents to Good Shepherd without the expectation of compensation or payment. As such, volunteers are valued members of the Good Shepherd team.
Are you interested in volunteering at Good Shepherd? Volunteering is a wonderful way to:
- Share your talents
- Discover something new about yourself
- Learn new skills
- Form newfound friendships
We have a variety of sites to choose from, including our main campus – Good Shepherd Plaza in Allentown – and numerous outpatient locations. Good Shepherd’s volunteer coordinator will be happy to help find a location near you.
There are a number of rewarding volunteer opportunities at Good Shepherd to fit each individual’s skills and talents. Consider becoming a:
- Companion to our long-term care residents
- Patient/resident transporter
- Patient ambassador
- Clerical assistant
Good Shepherd’s volunteer coordinator will help to match you with the right opportunity.
Are you 18 or older?
Learn more about volunteer opportunities for adults.
Are you 14 – 17-years-old?
Learn more about volunteer opportunities for youth.
Are you a high school or college student who wishes to intern, shadow or observe?
Learn more about, student opportunities at Good Shepherd.
Questions? Contact JoAnn Frey, volunteer coordinator, at 610-776-3125.