Become a Northern Westchester Hospital Volunteer
NWH Needs You
Contact: (914) 666-1925
Your volunteered time is deeply valued by the staff at Northern Westchester Hospital. Join over 250 dedicated members of the NWH Volunteer Corps, who work in a variety of settings throughout the Hospital. We have rewarding and unique opportunities for hospital volunteers that may be just right for you. Check out some of them below. Read this article in NWHealth about our Volunteer Program.
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For more information contact Ellen Muentener, Director of Volunteers, at 914.666.1925 or email@example.com.
The Ken Hamilton Caregivers Center
Become a caregiver coach and help family caregivers maneuver some of their daily challenges while offering emotional support and encouragement. Call 914.242.8128
The Shop @ NWH
The Shop needs you! Various time slots are available for hospital volunteers who enjoy merchandising and sales, interacting with the public and assisting with selecting the perfect gift. Contact Doreen at TheShop@northwell.edu, 914.666.1813.
To select just the right treat to brighten someone's day, or even your own, visit The Shop @ NWH, located in the main lobby of the Wallace Pavilion. The Shop is open 10am to 6pm and offers a wide variety of novelty gifts.
Twigs volunteers work at the Thrift Shop located at 449 Lexington Avenue in Mount Kisco – all net proceeds are donated to the Hospital. The Twigs also make comfort items for patients, such as cough pillows, tray favors and layettes. Join our team, learn more about us. Visit Twigs of Northern Westchester online or call 914.666.6557.
The Aranow Art Cart Program
We are seeking hospital volunteers to help with this innovative program that allows patients to select the art in their rooms. Art experience not required.
President’s Junior Leadership Council
Join this select group of local high school students interested in designing programs that promote the health, safety and well-being of adolescents and young adults in the Northern Westchester County. The PJLC accepts applications from students attending a high school in northern Westchester County during an annual enrollment period. To learn more about the President’s Junior Leadership Council and to apply, visit our NWH School-Based Education Programs or contact Amy Rosenfeld, PJLC Coordinator, Community Health Education & Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in becoming a hospital volunteer and NWH but are unsure where you would like to contribute, contact Ellen Muentener, Director of Volunteers, at (914) 666-1925 or email@example.com. Thank you for your interest in serving your community!