I Can Help!
Individuals (age 14 and older) and church/community/business groups are welcome. Day, evening, and weekend opportunities available.
Our seniors are our community's most treasured members of society, with much wisdom and wit to impart. Become part of our warm, welcoming community. You can help!
You can help! Expand our community by leading a sing-a-long or helping set up an art show highlighting our residents’ talents. Enhance well-being by reading a book to a resident or brightening up their room. Engage by planting a garden together or by listening to stories of a long life well-lived. Interact by helping on an outing.
You can help! When you volunteer, you create relationships that lead to fascinating interactions and unexpected engagement that lead, in turn, to a wonderful sense of belonging for you and our residents. Volunteering is about solidarity and reciprocity—the dynamics that enhance the well-being of us all.
Presbyterian Homes and Services of Kentucky is about community. The actions of our volunteers, large and small, are the glue that binds our communities together.
We are happy to welcome community groups, student organizations, and seniors to share their talents and interests
with our residents in various volunteer opportunities available at our communities.
For more information about specific volunteer opportunities, contact the activity director at the campus of your choice
or fill out this interest form and our volunteer coordinator will contact you.
How Can I Learn More?
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Those Who Can, Do.
Those Who Can Do More,
Create a communal spirit through social, educational, or musical gatherings. Storytelling fosters companionship and art lends expression when words or music prove difficult.
Promote Mental Wellness
Share hobbies, distribute magazines, assist with correspondence, or discuss the news. Help access technology to broaden horizons and stimulate the mind.
Promote Physical Wellness
Lead an exercise class or wellness event. Accompany on a walk around the residence and grounds. Beautify the landscape to create a welcoming outside environment.
Promote Spiritual Wellness
Listen. Hear what’s behind the small talk and offer support. Celebrate and provide companionship. Pray together. Spend time to deepen both human and divine connection.
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