Volunteer

Volunteer

Make a Difference!

Floyd volunteers play an integral role in our mission, sharing their time and talents to enhance the customer experience. More than 300 community volunteers make a difference every day in ways that might surprise you:

  • Musicians and artists perform for patients and lead them to explore their own artistic abilities.
  • Trained therapy dogs and handlers share their unconditional love with our patients, helping them to relax, connect and heal.
  • Retail specialists help out in our gift shop and thrift shop.
  • Clerical helpers answer phones and assist with mailings.
  • Hospitality specialists greet and escort patients, and provide reading materials.

Join Our Volunteer Corps


We take pride in our volunteers who graciously contribute their talents throughout the organization in our continuing support of excellence. Because of the investment we make in our volunteers, we ask that they meet the following requirements:

  •  Adult volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. Adults are asked to commit to serving an average of four hours each week, or 100 total hours each year, for a minimum of one year.
  • College students must be 18 years of age or older and are asked to commit to serve for a three-month period.
  • Teen volunteers must be 16 years of age or older and serve only during the summer months. Only a select group of teens is chosen for service.

All volunteers must complete an application, undergo a criminal background check, complete a two-part orientation course and pass a tuberculosis (TB) skin test.

Contact

For questions or to begin the volunteer application process, call 706.509.5109 or email our Volunteer Services department.

Why I Volunteer

Dennis Nordeman says:

"I enjoy volunteering at Floyd immensely. It's something I look forward to every Monday morning."

Why I Volunteer

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Julie Ousley says:

"I love being known as the "hat lady," anything that brightens a patient's day!"
 

Why I Volunteer

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Brooke Thacker says:

"Volunteering is a good experience, especially if you want to go into the medical field. Everyone here is wonderful."