Volunteers work with Renown’s Spiritual Care team to provide the important programming that serves the spiritual health and wellness needs of the community at Renown. Here are some of the ways you can help:
- Be a compassionate companion to hospital patients
- Help participate in and organize Spiritual Care programs and events
- Assist in the Spiritual Center and Estelle J. Kelsey Interfaith Sanctuary
- Be a special support person for palliative patients in the No One Dies Alone (NODA) program
To volunteer with Spiritual Care, call:
Professional clergy, ministers, and other spiritual specialists are invited to become part of Renown’s specialized Spiritual Care partner team to address the needs of patients, their friends and family members, as well as Renown staff, who need specialized religious and spiritual services.
While the Renown Spiritual Care team is trained to work with people of all backgrounds, we are often in need of help from those of specific faiths, cultures, and traditions to perform services and to be on call for patients in times of grief, celebration, and emergency. Not only are we looking for professionals to help us in-clinic, but also to be those community partners that we can rely on when we need advice and support.
Volunteers, both general and professional, are provided volunteer and spiritual care training to orient them to the special needs of the medical environment.
If you are interested in financially supporting our programming efforts or would like to help grow the Spiritual Center & Estelle J. Kelsey Interfaith Sanctuary, the Spiritual Center’s Giving Tree Campaign allows for you, your family, company or organization, to leave a personal legacy or remember a loved one while directly helping the Spiritual Care department.