Volunteering at Redlands Community Hospital
Redlands Community Hospital, a not-for-profit hospital, values our dedicated
volunteers and their gift of service. Since the Auxiliary began in 1931,
volunteers have been helping to meet our organization’s growing
needs; we invite you to join us. Volunteers make a positive difference
in the lives of our community, patients, families, physicians and staff.
People volunteer for many reasons, including:
- Satisfaction of helping others
- Sense of purpose and fulfillment
- Make new friends
- Learn valuable skills
- Stay active
- Support their community
- And, did you know? Volunteering is good for your health!*
* Studies show that individuals who volunteer enjoy mental and physical
health benefits and an increased sense of well-being.
Our commitment to you…
…is to be part of an organization that welcomes and appreciates
volunteers and the extra dimension of care you provide. Whether you are
a student or retired or somewhere in between, you can make a difference
in someone’s life! Whether your interests are alongside patients,
providing customer service or augmenting programs, Redlands Community
Hospital supports you in
Caring for Generations.