Volunteering at Providence Seaside Hospital
Also known as:
Providence Seaside Hospital Auxiliary, Seaside Hospital Auxiliary
Become a volunteer
Providence Seaside Hospital volunteers are truly caregivers in their own right. They influence the programs that serve vulnerable members of our community. They ease the way of other caregivers (Providence employees). They give freely of their time, energy, skills and compassion to better the patient experience.
Our volunteers help us to meet the Providence Mission: “As people of Providence, we reveal God’s love for all, especially the poor and vulnerable, through our compassionate service.” Without our amazing volunteers, we would not be able to offer as many services to our community.
Benefits of volunteering
Studies have shown that demonstrating compassion in our daily lives makes us happier and healthier overall. Volunteers have the opportunity to develop professional skills and experience. They also contribute to their community, gain a different perspective, meet like-minded people and see the direct impact of their service.
- Free lunch from Emilie’s Café with every shift
- Free flu shots during flu season
- Training and educational opportunities
- Rewards for service hours through our Spoil-a-Volunteer program
- 16 years or older
- Pass a background check (for those 18 and older)
- Pass a tuberculosis (TB) blood test
Volunteers typically work three to six hours per shift, depending on program commitments, availability and interest. We work around your schedule!
Visit our Programs page to get an idea of how Providence Seaside Hospital is serving our community, and how you can get involved. Or see our list of specific volunteer opportunities.