Marshfield Medical Center-Park Falls values community collaboration and relationships.
Would you like the rewarding experience of being part of a volunteer team at one of the most advanced hospitals in the region? There are many benefits to becoming a Marshfield Medical Center-Park Falls volunteer, including:
- Enriching your life
- Learning new skills
- Staying active
- Making new friends
- Making a difference in someone’s life!
Our volunteers contribute their diverse talents in many ways. What special skill do you have to offer? A kind word, a reassuring smile, customer service skills or perhaps clerical or office abilities are all of value. Whatever you can offer, you can do amazing things as a volunteer.
Just a little of your time can make a huge difference in the lives of others. We need YOU!
Volunteer at the Thrift Store
The thrift store offers donated clothing, books, and household items to the Park Falls community. Proceeds go towards Marshfield Medical Center-Park Falls and create scholarships for students pursuing health care-related degrees.
Thrift store volunteers sort, organize and sell merchandise as well as checking the donated items and pricing them before adding them to the store. Volunteers also manually track sales and rotate displays. Thrift store volunteers are people of all ages and abilities.
If you are interested in becoming a thrift store volunteer, please contact Tammy Koger, Volunteer Services Manager, at 715-236-6255.
Become a hospice volunteer
Hospice volunteers are people of all ages and backgrounds. All have a desire to make a difference in someone else’s life by sharing their time, special talents and compassion with those dealing with a terminal illness.
Hospice volunteers may sit with a patient so the caregiver can make a doctor’s appointment, trip to the store or take a break or nap. They might cook the evening meal, do some light cleaning, run errands or sometimes most importantly, sit at the bedside and be a quiet, comforting presence. Hospice volunteers provide valuable clerical assistance to the staff in the Hospice office and participate in the bereavement services offered to family members after the death of their loved one.
Opportunities also exist for hospice volunteers to participle in patient and family services unique to Marshfield Medical Center-Park Falls
- “Lights of Love” memorial ceremony
- Garden stone memory project
- Chili golf open
- Dinner for two program
Training is provided free of charge.
If you are interested in becoming a hospice volunteer, please contact Brenda Brunton, Volunteer Services Manager, at 715-339-5449.