As a volunteer, you will feel appreciated and needed while helping others.
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – All Saints volunteers are individuals from all walks of life:
What are the requirements? All Saints volunteers must:
- They are willing to devote their time, knowledge, and expertise to the service of others.
- No special skills are necessary.
- They have a desire to be of service, an enthusiasm to learn, and a willingness to work under supervision.
What skills are helpful?
- Be at least 14 years old
- Have transportation or access to transportation to All Saints
- Authorize a background check if 18 or older
- Complete a health history form, obtain the signature of their personal physician, and complete medical tests provided and paid for by All Saints
How much time is required?
- Knowledge of Windows® computer programs: Microsoft® Word and Excel
- Data entry or typing ability
What are the benefits of volunteering at All Saints?
- For adult volunteers, 100 hours of service over a six-month period is expected, but this may be adjusted under certain circumstances.
- We have no minimum hours expectation for volunteers who complete craft projects at home.
- We will gladly create special summer volunteering schedules for teenagers and college students.
What departments or locations use volunteers?
All Saints Foundation
Associate Health and Wellness
Emergency Care Center (18 years and older)
Family Medicine Center
Intensive Care Unit waiting room
Lakeshore Manor Skilled Nursing Facility
Little Saints Child Care Center
Medical staff office
Medical Group sites: One Main, Bankers Road, Spring Street, Union Grove
Spiritual care services
Women’s Health Department
Women’s Imaging Center
- Ability to join the Educator’s Credit Union™
- Ability to enroll in on-site classes offered to All Saints associates. You can train many in areas, including:
- Blood pressure management
- Leadership skills
- And more
- Optional free annual flu shot
- Complementary fountain beverages during shifts at Wisconsin Avenue or Spring Street Campus (no bottles or cans)
- 10% discount in cafeterias
- 10% discount at gift shops
- 10% discount at All Saints pharmacies
- Associate discounted rates for area events and recreational activities
- Annual All Saints volunteer recognition lunch
- Special holiday meal hosted by food service
What kind of general volunteer assistance is needed?
What other volunteer opportunities are available?
- Clerical – phone answering, filing, copying, typing, and data entry
- Mailings – stuff packets or sort, fold, stuff, staple, and tab materials
- Distribution/delivery – patient mail, supplies, and equipment to floors
- Escort – walk patients and visitors to various points throughout the sites, or drive the Courtesy Van to and from Spring Street Campus locations and parking
- Van volunteers work three-hour shifts Monday through Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pm
- Must be at least 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license
- Errands – collect patient menus and other errands as requested
- Reception – greet clients, patients, and visitors; provide directions and information; assist patients with check-in and paperwork; and keep waiting areas neat
- SMILE and SCHWOBBLE Game Shows – hand out bingo cards and game sheets; deliver prizes to patient rooms each week
- Community Outreach
- Blood pressure clinics – assist at free community clinics (must take the American Heart Associate Blood Pressure class, which we offer to you at no charge)
- Children’s program – lead hands-on activities for 2nd graders in “Children’s Introduction to Hospital Care”
- LifeLine Personal Emergency Response System – help with clerical duties or install equipment in new subscribers’ homes
- Telecare – make short phone calls from 8 – 9 am each morning to check on individuals who live alone without community support
- Specialized care units
- Lakeshore Manor – help with resident group activities, “Adopt-a Resident” in a one-on-one program, or assist with holiday decorations
- Little Saints Child Care Center (Link) – serve as a classroom assistant; help with group activities and meals; play and interact with children on their level
- Spiritual care services
- Parish callers – call local parishes every morning to let them know which parishioners have been admitted or discharged
- Eucharistic minister – assists with daily distribution of communion (must be Catholic)
- On-call chaplain – specially trained volunteers help ensure spiritual care services are available to patients and their families at all times, day and night
- Baby hat knitters – knit caps, which are given to each newborn. You’re given the patterns and yarn, and you can make the hats in the comfort of your own home.
- Baptismal bib sewers – sew bibs that are used during the emergency baptisms of newborns
- Gift shop – staff the gift shop, which sells boutique items to patients, staff and visitors:
- Monday through Friday:
- 9 am – 6 pm
- Saturday and Sunday:
- Noon – 3 pm
To become a volunteer at All Saints, call us at (262) 687-8070.
The Volunteer Services office is located at:
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – All Saints
Spring Street Medical Offices
3807 Spring Street
Racine, WI 53405
Need help getting here?
See the Spring Street Campus Map