Ready to lend a hand? You've come to the right place. Volunteers are an integral part of Reading Health System. They are people of all ages, from all walks of life who give their time and energy to help others and make an impact in their community.
Benefits of Volunteerism
Whether you are walking a visitor to their appointment, cashiering at one of our gift shops, knitting a cap for a chemotherapy patient, or crafting a patient tray favor, volunteering enriches your life through helping others.
- Sharing your talents and skills, and developing new ones.
- Interacting and giving back to other members of your community.
- Earning community and school service hours.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Learn more about volunteer opportunities currently available at the hospital.
Current Volunteer Programs
Programs are designed to accommodate the many types of hospital volunteers. The Adult Program is for volunteers ages 16 and up who want to give four or more hours of service per week for a minimum of 100 hours a year. The Junior Program is for teens who are still in high school who would like to give 32-40 hours over the course of the summer. The College Program is for college age students who want to give 50+ hours of service over the summer months. Click below to find out more about these and other opportunities.
For more information, please call Volunteer Services at 484-628-8477 or send an email.