Our Volunteers are just as committed to the mission of the Alliance on Aging as our paid staff members are. They contribute their time, energy, talent, and compassion to the clients whom, together we serve.
You can join the AOA Volunteer Corps of over 200 individuals who choose everyday to make a difference in the lives of older adults.
Research demonstrates that volunteering leads to better health and that older volunteers are the most likely to receive physical and mental health benefits from their volunteer activities. – The Health Benefits of Volunteering.
CURRENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITES
Certified Ombudsman Volunteers are volunteer advocates who provide the crucial on-the-ground link to thousands of long term care residents; who bring our mission into a daily reality for residents across Monterey County.
Contact Becky Mann, 831.655.7563 for more information.
The Community Outreach Program is responsible for distributing information throughout the County of Monterey. Staff and volunteers inform the Community at large about Alliance on Aging services as well as other community resources that assist older adults and their families throughout Monterey County.
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