Have any free time to spare? Looking for a rewarding way to use it? The Aging & Disability Resource Center has a variety of volunteer opportunities for people who want to make a difference in the life of elderly and disabled individuals.

We are in need of volunteers for:

  • Senior Dining Centers – A person could set tables, pack meals for home delivery, serve lunch & clean up afterwards.
  • Drivers – Provide safe & Dependable transportation to residents who are elderly or disabled. A background check & a valid Wisconsin driver’s license & a clean driving record is required. Training is provided. Paid mileage.
  • Medicare D Enrollment – A person could greet clients, make copies, & gather information for client files, schedule appointments & clerical duties.
  • Advisory Group, Caregiver Coalition, & Nutrition Council Members

*There are many other volunteer opportunities available as well, contact us if you are interested in helping citizens in your County.

Top Ten Reasons to Volunteer

#10 It’s good for you. Volunteering provides physical and mental rewards. It reduces stress; experts report that when you focus on someone other than yourself, it interrupts usual tension-producing patterns. It also makes you healthier because moods and emotions, like optimism, joy and control over one’s fate, strengthen the immune system.


#9 It saves resources. Volunteering provides valuable community services so more money can be spent on other aspects of an agency or local improvements.


#8 Volunteers gain professional experience. You can test out a career.


#7 It brings people together. As a volunteer you assist in uniting people from diverse backgrounds to work toward a common goal. As well as building camaraderie and teamwork.


#6 It promotes personal growth and self esteem. Understanding community needs helps foster empathy and self-efficacy.


#5 Volunteering strengthens your community. As a volunteer you can help support families, improve schools, support youth and elderly, or beautify the community.


#4 You learn a lot. Volunteers learn things like these: Self: Volunteers discover hidden talents that may change your own view on your self worth. Community: Volunteers gain knowledge of local resources available to solve community needs. #3 You get a chance to give back. People like to support community resources that they use themselves or that benefit people they care about.


#2 Volunteering encourages civic responsibility. Community service and volunteerism are an investment in our community and the people who live in it.


#1 You make a DIFFERENCE. Every person counts!!!


How to Make the Most of Your Volunteer Experience

1. Pick the right project.

2. Ask yourself:

  • What kinds of work would you like to do ?
  • What groups would I like to help ( such as children, seniors, animals)?
  • What social or environmental?

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