St. John's Rehab Volunteer Association
You can make a difference
The St. John's Rehab Volunteer Association is a self-governed service organization that is managed by an executive committee of volunteers. Volunteer Association members play a vital role in the St. John's Rehab community, contributing more than 14,000 hours of service per year.
With a history dating back to 1959, the Volunteer Association, formerly known as St. John's Rehab Hospital Auxiliary, has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to St. John's Rehab by providing services that enhance each patient's stay. The Volunteer Association has been one of our most active sources of fundraising support, raising funds for numerous facility and landscape improvements, special projects and equipment.
Volunteer Association members run our gift shop and lottery desk, visit patient rooms with coffee, shopping and library carts, and provide staff support. The Volunteer Association also plans special events throughout the year to provide entertainment, fellowship and as fundraising opportunities for the hospital.
What positions are available?
Volunteer Association membership is a commitment that represents a great opportunity to establish long-term relationships with the hospital and with volunteers, staff, Sisters and patients. There are also opportunities to participate in committees and fundraising events.
Some of the exciting and challenging positions include:
- Gift Shop
- Shopping cart
- Assistive devices cart
- Coffee cart
- Patient hospitality
- Lottery ticket booth
- Sharing time and talent at events
- Committee work
- Executive committee
- Fundraising activities
Applying to become a Volunteer Association member:
If you are interested in becoming a member, please print and fill out an application form and two reference forms. Application and reference forms can also be found at the information desk in the main lobby of St. John's Rehab. Please submit the application and reference forms to the Information Desk at St. John's Rehab.