Volunteer Opportunities

Parking Assistance

The volunteers at Franklin Memorial Hospital give employees, patients, and visitors the most special gift of all—their talent and time. The services they provide complement the care given by staff. Our organization takes pride in our volunteers and we consider them part of the staff.

The following items are just a few of the tasks that need volunteer support:

  • Information / Escort desk
  • Valet parking
  • Clerical
  • Gift shop
  • Blood drives
  • Special projects
  • Mail delivery
  • Hospitality cart

In addition to personal satisfaction and meeting new friends, perks to volunteering include: free flu shots, recognition events, in-service skills training, and breakfast and lunch privileges.

Benefits to Volunteering

  • Free flu shots
  • Recognition events
  • In-service programs
  • Skills training
  • Meal privileges
  • Personal satisfaction
  • Meet new friends

You Can Volunteer, Too!

We invite all interested community members to join our family of volunteers. Whether one has two hours a month or two hours a week, we will do our best to match interests and skills to the opportunities available.

You can download an application in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format here

Interested in volunteering?

Contact: Jodi Cordes, Physician Recruitment and Volunteer Services Administrator, at 779-2635.

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