Volunteers are the heart and soul of the VNA and have played a central role in our overall success since 1906. The VNA serves over 5,000 individuals and families each year and could not do this without the help of our dedicated volunteers. Last year, nearly 600 individuals and community groups generously contributed their time and talents.

Experience is not required, just a caring, can-do attitude and willingness to help make a difference.


Volunteering FAQs

Do you have questions about volunteering with the VNA?  Take a peek at our list of FAQs to see if we can answer them here.  If you still have questions,... Read More >>


Hospice Volunteering

Hospice volunteers are adults of all ages and from all walks of life in our community who wish to support those who are living with a terminal illness.They... Read More >>


Respite House Volunteering

Vermont Respite House volunteers support House staff, residents and their families by preparing and serving meals, assisting with light office work, answering... Read More >>


Adult Day Volunteering

Adult Day Program volunteers help make participants in this program feel right at home by cooking meals or helping with social activities and games. The... Read More >>


Family Room Volunteering

Family Room volunteers are students and community members who enjoy young children and care about the well-being of families in our community. Volunteers... Read More >>


Camp Knock-Knock Volunteering

Camp Knock Knock is a weekend bereavement camp for families with children who have experienced the death of a loved one.  It is held one weekend each... Read More >>