– MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Volunteers at Memorial enjoy making new friends, developing new interests, sharing their unique talents and experiencing personal fulfillment while they make a difference in our community. Volunteers are part of the “Memorial family” and are invited to participate in hospital-sponsored activities.
Since 1953, volunteers have helped Memorial Medical Center provide community based, not for profit health care services in Stanislaus County.
How You Can Help:
By volunteering at Memorial Medical Center, you can help change our community and touch the lives of our friends, families and neighbors in a very special way.
To learn more about Memorial's Volunteers, click on the links below:
Memorial Medical Center’s Volunteers are a group of more than 200 men, women and Junior Volunteers who support local health care by donating nearly 30,000 hours of services each year. From 2005 through 2012 alone, the volunteers have contributed over $1,500,000 to the hospital to support programs, necessary equipment, and other medical resources to improve the lives of people in our community. Volunteers assist with clerical duties, provide information and assistance, and support to our visitors and guests and the GifTree gift shop.