Volunteers for both programs come from all walks of life and range in age from people in their teens to more than 80 years of age, each with their own skills and specialties.
To learn more contact the volunteer office directly at (920) 674-4548.
Rainbow Community Care was founded in 1990 by a small but dedicated group of volunteers and volunteerism remains at the heart of what we do for the people of rural southern Wisconsin. We have two volunteer programs at Rainbow. You can sign up for either one or both.
Whether you help out often or only once in a while, every effort is appreciated! No matter the volunteer interest or level of involvement, all volunteers receive a thorough orientation and training before they are given any assignment. No one is ever expected to take on something they don’t want to do.
The Rainbow Friends in Action volunteer program provides “neighborly assistance” to people who are elderly, disabled or seriously ill and could benefit from receiving just a little extra non-medical help in their homes in order to remain living independently. Click here to learn more.
The Rainbow Hospice Care volunteer program supports terminally ill patients (i.e., people having six months or less to live) and their families.
A group of volunteers founded Rainbow Community Care in 1990, and volunteer involvement continues to be an extremely important part of the work we do.