Make a difference in the lives of older adults and caregivers by volunteering with us. Volunteer opportunities are located all over Windsor and Windham Counties, for a variety of interests, time commitments, and skills. Whether you’re looking to do office work, get involved in leadership, or directly serve your friends and neighbors, we may have a volunteer opportunity to suit you.
- Serve Our Organization
- Directly Serve Elders
- Assist With Our Programs
- Student Internships
- Flexible Options
Thank you to our volunteers!
Volunteer with Local Seniors
Directly Serve Elders
Join our team and make a difference in someone’s life! Isolation and lack of transportation are major issues for Vermont’s older adults. Loneliness is even associated with higher rates of depression and dementia. Volunteering with Senior Solutions, you can help local elders overcome these challenges. Some of our volunteers provide home visits and companionship that […]
Volunteer Program Now 70 Members Strong!
In spite of the recent spike in the pandemic and cautionary restrictions on face-to-face meetings, our volunteer program continues to grow. With three new volunteers enrolling in December, our volunteer count has now reached 70 individuals who are reaching out to our most senior population…and they have been busy!
AmeriCorps Awards $114,000 to Support New Volunteers
Senior Solutions has received a Public Health AmeriCorps grant to provide non-medical, in-home services to older adults and adults with disabilities in southeastern Vermont.
Volunteer Spotlight: Betsy Judson
Many of the seniors we work with are isolated, live alone, and have little contact with family or friends. This is where our volunteers have become an indispensable and integral part of our programs.
Spotlight on Vet-to-Vet Volunteer Bill Toomey
Bill Toomey has been a volunteer with the Vet-to-Vet program since it was launched over four years ago. After a 30-year career as the Grafton Inn’s Assistant Innkeeper where he met many people, Bill wanted to stay engaged with people. He also liked the idea of helping them. Once he became a volunteer, Bill was […]