Become a Volunteer

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Join Our Team of Amazing Volunteers!

At the Osceola Council on Aging, we believe that volunteers are the heart of our organization. With your help, we can continue to provide essential services and support to seniors, disabled adults, and disadvantaged families in our community.

To get started, simply click the button below to fill out the online application. Once we review your application, we will contact you to discuss the next steps. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Osceola Council on Aging. We look forward to welcoming you to our amazing team!

Why Volunteer With Us?

Impact Lives

Your time and dedication will directly impact the lives of those we serve, bringing joy, companionship, and vital support to individuals and families.

Flexible Opportunities

We offer a variety of volunteer roles to fit your schedule and interests, from delivering meals to providing companionship, assisting with events, and more.

Join a Community

Become part of our warm and welcoming volunteer community, where you can connect with like-minded individuals and forge lasting friendships.

Personal Growth

Volunteering offers the chance to develop new skills, gain valuable experience, and broaden your perspective on aging, caregiving, and community service.

Volunteers may contribute to the Council on Aging in a variety of ways. Episodic volunteers contribute through food drives, food transport, organization/inventory of food supplies, bagging packages, distribution records, distribution of hygiene items, special event set-up and clean-up, home rehabilitation, and neighborhood beautification projects. Participation typically consists of volunteer groups associated with churches, schools, youth clubs, leadership groups, and local service organizations, although individuals are always welcome.

Congregate dining sites and the Adult Day Care offer volunteer opportunities such as: entertainment, arts and crafts, speaker presentations, party activities, food service and clean-up. Volunteer participation may be ongoing or episodic, providing flexibility for students, interns, or working individuals that cannot make an ongoing volunteer commitment.

Volunteers that contribute to the Meals on Wheels program make an ongoing commitment of at least one morning per week, as the demands of the program and those of the clients require knowledgeable volunteers. Volunteers are given specific meal routes for meal delivery and take time to visit with each client so they may report back to program management for follow-up as needed. Extensive preparations must be made for episodic volunteers; accordingly, episodic volunteers are only scheduled for holiday meal deliveries, promotional events and fundraising activities.