Volunteering at Providence Cancer Center
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Providence Cancer Center. We are grateful to our volunteers for dedicating their time to help ease the way of cancer patients and their families by providing support and a welcoming environment.
Choose from a variety of volunteer opportunities, including:
Cancer survivors offer one-on-one, peer guidance to help patients adjust to the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation from cancer by giving emotional support and information.
Provide event support by attending community events, festivals and fairs on behalf of Providence, both on campus and in the community. Some specific events include Reach the Beach (May), Relay for Life (May), Survivor Day (June), Providence Bridge Pedal (August), Hood to Coast (August), Race for the Cure (September), Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (October) and Light the Night (October).
Welcome patients and offer to assist them by identifying and accessing resources and information within the Jill Lematta Learning Center. Check books in and out as well as monitor supply of fliers, pamphlets and other resource materials.
Greet and welcome patients as they arrive at the lobby of Providence Cancer Center, creating a positive atmosphere with a caring presence. Provide directions or walk patients to their destination, offering information about what Providence has to offer.
Oncology Infusion Room Volunteer
Offer hospitality, compassion and encouragement to patients during chemotherapy to make their experience as comfortable as possible.
Support Group Assistant
Assist oncology social workers with support group room set up, as well as greet and welcome patients to the group.
To join our team and learn more about volunteering at Providence Cancer Center, please contact our volunteer coordinator.