Volunteer Opportunities


HAMC Care Center & Haaland Estates:
If you’re looking for a meaningful volunteer experience, Heart of America Medical Center and Haaland Estates are the places to be. Volunteer opportunities include:
  • Greeting visitors;
  • Assisting with Care Center activitie;
  • Providing hair care;
  • Reading and writing with residents;
  • Providing plant and flower care;
  • Playing music;
  • Assisting with church services;
  • Sitting with Hospice patients;
  • Making popcorn;
  • Assisting with transportation;
  • Playing Bingo.

Hospice:
Heart of America Hospice volunteers provide service based on the specific needs of patients and their families. They may:
  • Help with housekeeping, laundry, meals and running errands;
  • provide companionship, spiritual support;
  • help with letter writing, reading and encouraging hobbies;
  • provide respite support and listening ears for family members.
Volunteers who have direct contact with hospice patients are required to attend a hospice training session. Heart of America Hospice pays for the training and ongoing education.
VolunTeens:
HAMC VolunTeens, ages 12 to 18, perform many of the same services as adult volunteers.
  • Teens do most of their volunteering when school is out;
  • Those who volunteer at least 15 hours are rewarded with a pizza party at the end of the summer.
To learn more Download the Volunteen Handbook. Application forms are available from Volunteer Services Director Shelley Block, 701-776-5455 ext. 2315.
HAMC Auxiliary:
All volunteers become members of the HAMC Auxiliary. In addition to providing volunteer services, Auxiliary members raise money in support of HAMC and Haaland Estates. Over the years the Auxiliary has raised tens of thousands of dollars for medical equipment, furnishings for public areas, and a multitude of other needs. Annual Auxiliary fundraisers include:
  • AuxiliaryFall Bazaar;
  • Tree of Giving;
  • Singing Valentines;
  • Spring Salad Luncheon;
  • Heart to Heart Gift Shop.
At the annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, volunteers are recognized for their contributions and HAMC’s Volunteer of the Year is announced. Heart of America Care Center has produced more than one North Dakota Long Term Care Association Volunteer of the Year. More information can be found on the NDLTCA's website.
GSHS Foundation:
Most of the volunteer work of the GSHS Foundation happens in the boardroom. At least twice a year the Foundation board of directors and volunteers get out and do some serious fundraising with two fun events: the Charity Golf Classic and the Greatest Needs Gala.

If you're interested in helping with these events, contact Foundation Director Darcie Rose at 701-776-5455, ext. 2149.
Help raise funds
Help raise funds
Get patients rolling
Get patients rolling
Cheer on golfers
Cheer on golfers
Get the mail out
Get the mail out