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Senior Citizens

AseraCare Hospice of Omaha
Kelly Keller ~ (402) 926-2680 ~ Kelly.Keller@aseracare.com
8710 Fredrick St, Omaha, NE 68124 ~ www.aseracare.com
Volunteers are needed to be Patient Companions. You will receive 12 hours of training (mixture of on-line and one group session) on the history and philosophy of hospice as well as how to be of most assistance to patients and their families as they face terminal illness. Volunteer needs include: reading aloud, playing games, playing musical instruments, or sitting with patients and/or their families in support. We offer flexible schedules averaging 1 hr/wk with daytime, evening, and weekend opportunities but ask that volunteers make a minimum one-year commitment to our organization. Office help is also needed to answer phones, file, help put together mailings, among other administrative tasks. We ask that volunteers devote at least one hour a week between the hours of 8am and 5pm. Groups can also adopt one of our facilities to create seasonal craft items to help brighten patients’ days. Volunteers should have access to transportation and will need to pass a background check and drug screen.

Christ Child North Center/St. Martin de Porres Center (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

Christ Child Society – Main (Catholic Charities)

see Catholic Charities’ Volunteer Resources

ENOA (Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging)
Karen Kelly ~ (402) 444-6536 ~ karen.kelly@nebraska.gov
4223 Center St, Omaha, NE 68105 ~ www.enoa.org
Programs available to volunteers include the SeniorHelp Program, Ombudsman Advocates, and Home Delivered Meals. The ENOA can also provide large groups, as well as individual volunteers with various projects. Days and times are flexible so please call for more information.

HELP Adult Services
Nousha Sabet ~ (402) 341-6559 ext. 102 ~ nousha@helpadultservices.org
1941 S. 42nd St, Suite 200, Omaha, NE 68105 ~ www.facebook.com/HELPAdultServices ~ www.helpadultservices.org
If you are passionate about social services and/or health care, we have the perfect volunteer service opportunity for you! Check out our website and our Facebook page to learn about our
Respite Care Program and Health Equipment Loan program.
We have several different volunteer positions that can be catered to fit your goals and schedule. We are looking for individuals who value integrity, responsibility, and professionalism.
Give us a call or email us to explore our unique opportunities. Student practicum’s and service learning credits are also available. Our non-profit organization has been serving the Omaha/Council Bluffs metro areas for 30 years, and is a proud community partner with many CU students and staff members. Long-term volunteers preferred, but we occasionally need one-time volunteers or groups.
Arabic, Karen, and Spanish speaking recommended, but not necessary.

Intercultural Senior Center
Carolina Padilla ~ (402) 444-6529 ~ interculturalseniorcenter@gmail.com
2021 U Street Omaha, NE 68107 ~ http://interculturalseniorcenter.org/new-website/isc-wp2011/

Our mission is to give and maintain dignity, power, self-worth and prosperity for seniors and their families, at the same time bettering the quality of life through education, advocacy, and other services. This will increase the opportunity for independence and a longer healthier life.
We would like to provide an opportunity to play as integral a role in the life of this community as seniors would have in their native countries. We provide English classes, basic computer classes, self-esteem workshops, cultural events, exercise, community visits, transportation, a monthly food pantry, and more.
We welcome both long-term and one-time volunteers in groups of 1-15 people,
and appreciate any skill that students are willing to share with our seniors.

Spanish, Napali speaking useful but not necessary.

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