Become a Volunteer at LFCL!
Looking to share your talents and interests with others? Consider becoming a part of the LFCL Volunteer team! Volunteering at LFCL is a rewarding experience for both our volunteers and all those they serve.
There are many ways you can volunteer at LFCL:
- Assisting with Elder Activities
- Engaging in a Performance for Residents
- Completing Administrative Duties
- Working on Fundraising Activities (Assist with Walks, Functions, etc)
- Assisting with Communications
- Working in Our Bakery
Name: Bob Richman
Volunteer Position: Sage, Leonard Florence Center
About Bob: Bob, a retired teaching professional, volunteers during the week to act as a “sage” or advisor to residents of the Leonard Florence Center. During a typical week, Bob will visit residents in each of the houses and check in to make sure they are well.
Bob’s Thoughts on Volunteering: “There’s no greater feeling than when you’ve done something for someone. I give to others, but I myself get a lot of satisfaction from those I help. I tremendously enjoy it.”
It's Easy to Sign Up!
Simply click the icon below to fill out our online volunteer form. For questions regarding volunteer opportunities at LFCL, contact Sandy Hoffman, Activities Director and Volunteer Coordinator at (617) 887-0001 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquiries response within 48 hours (excluding weekends).
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