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Volunteer Opportunities

See an opportunity that interests you?

Fill out the Volunteer Application and our staff will get back to you promptly.

Not sure where you can best help?

Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form and we'll work with you to see what's the best fit.

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Ongoing Opportunities


Special Project (Procedures Manual) 

Interview staff members and write text to help complete our procedures manual. No editing or formatting needed. Incomplete areas: Senior Reach, Housing, Development, Clinic, Deputy Director, Executive Director. 

Serve on a Committee 

Development, Finance, Faith Advisory, and Governance currently all meet online as standing committees. Event committees are created annually before major events (Gala, Clinic fundraiser). Contribute your skills (event-planning, social media, graphic art, customer service, fundraising, etc.) or develop new ones. 

Kaseman Health Clinic

Medical Interpreter 

Help our patients and medical providers communicate effectively. Spanish/English speakers are most needed. Volunteers must be 18+ and able to work a three-to-four-hour shift at least twice a month. 

Part-Time Office Assistant

Bi-lingual Spanish/English is a big plus. Answer phones, file, do basic data entry. 


Pro-Bono Medical Professionals  
We are always looking for medical professionals who are licensed in the State of Maryland in the following areas to see patients for a few hours each month: 

  • Primary Care, Nurses and Medical Assistants 

  • Dermatology  

  • Rheumatology 

  • Physical Medicine 

  • Cardiology (for consultation and reading of EKGs) 

  • Ophthalmology (priority is retinal exams for diabetic patients) 

  • Other medical specialties 

Senior Reach  

Friendly Callers

Make weekly phone calls to one or more senior clients. Provide a caring voice, check on their well-being, and confirm they received and were pleased with their scheduled home care services. We are currently looking for Mandarin/English, Vietnamese/English, and English speakers. Volunteers and senior clients choose the standard weekly day and time that phone calls will take place. 

Friendly Visitor 

Visit a Senior Reach Program client once or twice a month for conversation, activities, to take them shopping or similar social interaction. Requires a background check. 


Intake Coordinator 

Serve as an intake coordinator for the same four hour shift each week. M-F, 9am - 1pm or 1pm - 5pm at our office at Mansfield Kaseman Health Clinic. Interview clients, assess their needs and make referrals for services, and help with administering financial assistance. Training is provided. Must be available for at least six months and 18+.

Language Outreach Program 

Teacher's Assistant 

Help ESL teachers with large classes as a Teacher's Assistant. Help individual students, lead small group activities, assist with correct pronunciation, and more. 18+, training is provided.  

Tutor for School-Age Children 

Help with homework and other educational activities. Serve snacks at times. A childcare staff person is always in the room to help determine appropriate activities. 14+, approved for SSL hours. 


Childcare for Younger Children  

Speak English with children 0 - 5 years old. Help staff keep the children entertained, serve snacks at times. A childcare staff person is always in the room to help determine appropriate activities. 14+, approved for SSL hours. 


Community Reach

of Montgomery County 

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"Make a Difference"

Volunteer Jorge Murillo is a child of Mexican immigrants, born and raised in Gilroy, CA. He moved to this area in 2019 for a fellowship in memory research at NIH. While at NIH, he decided he wanted to be a physician and especially one that cares and treats patients in communities like the one where he grew up.  Jorge grew up visiting community health centers for his own medical care and understands how vulnerable populations have difficulty accessing  health care. Places like Kaseman Health Clinic serve as a bridge between the vulnerable and quality health care. He has been proud to volunteer as a Spanish-English interpreter, serving as the linguistic and cultural bridge between clinician and patient.

     Jorge's goal in volunteering at Kaseman Clinic was to make communication between patient and clinician more fluid and to observe how clinicians care for and treat diverse patients. Jorge recently expressed that he got much more out of volunteering as an interpreter than he had expected. He also learned how a clinic functions from observing administration work on daily tasks and assisting with paperwork, calling patients, and helping to set up the initial COVID-19 mobile testing site the Clinic offered. This additional experience served as good insight as his long term goals include the possibility of his own private medical practice or community clinic.

Thank you, Jorge, for volunteering with Reach's Kaseman Health Clinic!

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