The Gift of Volunteering
The William Breman Jewish Home
could not do all that it does without a host of generous, friendly, and positive volunteers. At the heart of what we do, volunteers participate in a variety of meaningful activities that help make our residents feel happy and at ease.
MONTHLY CALENDAR OF RESIDENT ACTIVITIES: 2nd Floor | 3rd Floor | 4th & 5th Floor
What Can You Do?
Whatever your interests, skills or talents, The Home offers a myriad of rewarding volunteer opportunities, including:
- Activity Assistant
- Adopt a Grandparent
- Art Class and Ceramics
- Baby Playgroups
- Bingo, Bowling and Game Day
- Challah and Cookie Baking
- Friendly Visits
- Read to a Resident
- Work in the Gift Shop
- Holiday/Shabbat/Birthday Celebrations
- Music & Cocktails
- Play an Instrument
- Share a Talent!
to learn more about these activities and times they are scheduled.
Who Can Volunteer?
We welcome energetic, dedicated people who enjoy engaging with seniors, including:
Frequently Asked Questions
- Employees/Community Service Days
- Boy and Girl Scout Troops
- Bar/Bat Mitzvah candidates
- Youth Groups
- Rabbis and Cantors
- College Groups
- Anyone who needs to earn community-service hours
How often do I need to volunteer?
You can volunteer as often as you like, from weekly or monthly to one-time special events.
What if I have young children?
There are many opportunities for people with young children including “baby playgroups,” sing-a-longs, one-on-one friendly visits, and much more.
How can I fit this into my busy schedule?
We will work with you to find the most convenient time and day for you.
What difference will I make?
A BIG difference! Just taking the time to smile and socialize with a resident greatly adds to his or her quality of life.
To Learn More
To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact:
Director of Volunteer Services