What volunteering can do for you
Volunteer programs we offer:
Aldaview offers facilitation and support for persons with developmental/intellectual disabilities. As a volunteer, you will connect with these individuals and further develop your own social and personable skills. You will be a part of the Connections program volunteers and help these individuals explore volunteer and employment opportunities as well as leisure and recreational activities.
Volunteers at Greenwood Court are an essential factor in ensuring that all clients get quality care and compassion given to them and their families. You will focus on providing the necessary support and to individuals in care to enhance their spirits and quality of life. You will become a part of the team of individuals who make a consistent positive difference in people’s lives regularly.
Volunteers at Nithview Community help build the warm and familiar atmosphere that makes Nithview feel like home for our residents. Working alongside a team of dedicated staff, your caring and compassionate nature will benefit our team and will positively impact the lives of our residents.
Tri-County Mennonite Homes Board of Directors
Volunteer with the Board of Directors to help chart the course of the Organization. Our Board is a governance board made up of 12 volunteer members who meet nine (9) times a year, including two (2) education sessions annually, with the goal of implementing the TCMH Mission, Vision, and Values of Making Every Day Matter for the individuals in our care. The TCMH Board of Directors create governance policy, approve financial statements, and help achieve TCMH fundraising goals.
Meetings occur on the THIRD Tuesday of the month, starting at 6:00pm. For more details: TCMH Prospective Board Member Information 2021
Apply to volunteer with Tri-County Mennonite Homes.
PLEASE NOTE: All Volunteers, including Board Members, must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.