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Volunteer Services

The Transformative Power of Volunteering: A Path to Wellness and Fulfillment

Join Our Elite Team of Volunteers!
WCH is calling for dedicated individuals like you to join our elite team of volunteers. Your commitment to just one four-hour shift per week can lead to a deeply rewarding experience, both for you and those you serve.

Urgent Need for Volunteers:
We’re currently seeking volunteers to support various departments, including patient access, infusion center, and gift shop, Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Preferred Commitment:
Mornings: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Afternoons: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Perks and Benefits:
Comprehensive Training
10% discount on gift shop items
50% discount on medical services

Your Time, Your Dedication, Our Gratitude:
We value your commitment and dedication to serving others. As part of our team, you’ll receive comprehensive training and a uniform proudly identifying you as a WCH volunteer. Your efforts will be celebrated and appreciated by both our staff and the community we serve.

Your Impact Matters:
As a volunteer, you’ll play a vital role in greeting patients, assisting with appointments, guiding visitors, maintaining the lobby, and providing support where it’s needed most. Each interaction you have will leave a lasting impact, easing the stress and anxiety that often accompany hospital visits. If you’re ready to make a difference in the lives of others and experience the joy of giving back, complete the volunteer application online.

Have Questions?
For more information or assistance, reach out to April Taylor directly at 623-303-6056 or april.taylor@wickhosp.com.





Lending a hand to others isn’t just about giving; it’s about receiving too. Have you ever felt the desire to volunteer, to make a difference in someone else’s life? Well, it turns out, you’re not just spreading kindness; you’re also nurturing your well-being. Research has shown an intriguing link between volunteering and personal health, demonstrating how the act of giving back can enrich our lives in profound ways.

Especially for older adults, the benefits of volunteering are like a fountain of youth, offering lower mortality rates and improved functionality. But it’s not just about physical health. Volunteering can be a remedy for stress, a mental stimulant, and a source of purpose.

At the heart of it all is connection. Connecting with others and with our communities. As April Taylor, the volunteer services manager at Wickenburg Community Hospital (WCH), fittingly sums it up, “Volunteering is a great way to feel connected and give back to your community.” Volunteers play a crucial role in nurturing the health and vitality of the communities they serve.

But why do we volunteer? Often, it’s in response to life’s twists and turns, retirement, changes in family dynamics, or the loss of a loved one. In these moments, volunteering offers a sense of purpose and fulfillment.

And the best part? Volunteering doesn’t have to take over your life to make an impact. Even just a few hours a week can bring significant benefits, enriching our lives in ways we never imagined.

Finding the right fit is key. Whether you’re a student, a homemaker, or a retiree, there’s a place for you in the world of volunteering. At WCH, we offer a diverse range of opportunities, from helping patients to lending a hand in the emergency department. Each volunteer brings their unique talents and passions, enriching our community in countless ways.

So, as you reflect on your next steps, consider the transformative journey that volunteering offers. By reaching out to others, you’re not just changing lives—you’re enriching your own in ways you never thought possible.