Upcoming Volunteer  Orientations

Wed. December 20
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Volunteers Touching Lives, 
Lifting Spirits
505 W. Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ  86301

 (928) 445-2480
ppwc@cableone.net


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VOLUNTEER ORIENTATIONS
We conduct an information orientation meeting in Prescott each month and regularly scheduled meetings in Chino Valley, Prescott Valley and Dewey.

If you are interested in attending one of our orientations, please call the Prescott Office at 445-2480

Upcoming Orientations are as follows:

Wednesday, December 20
from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.

                           People Who Care Offices
Prescott United Methodist Church Campus
Douglas Room, 505 W. Gurley, Prescott

Friends sharing volunteering experiences.
 A note from one of our Neighbors... 

Harry recently wrote to us:  "My wife, my love for 61 years, died last January and I have been lost in a lonely fog until Paul knocked on my door just before Christmas.  My pastor had nudged me to call People Who Care when I told him that they weren't going to let me drive any more.  Paul picks me up each Thursday and we head off to the store.  Being able to get groceries is a big hlep but what I really enjoy is the time we spend over coffee in the store before we shop.  We have so much in common and it is so good to have a friend like Paul.  Thank you for the good work you do"!


If you are interested in learning more about volunteering, please call the Main Office at (928) 445-2480.


Volunteers do what they can, when they can!

You are never asked to commit to volunteer so many hours or so many days every week or every month.

We refer to people who are enrolled with People Who Care as our Neighbors.

There are various ways for you to volunteer:

  •  You may want to help a Neighbor on an ongoing basis i.e., once a week, twice a month or even once a month.
  • You may prefer to give us the days that you might be available and have us call you with different opportunities to help, usually with rides to healthcare appointments or to the grocery store.
  • You may want to help by substituting for a volunteer who has an
       ongoing appointment.
  • You may enjoy working in the office helping with scheduling
       appointments.
  • You may want to work on a committee helping with Public Relations, or Special Events.

You may like to help a Neighbor by giving them a ride to an essential appointment i.e., healthcare or by helping them with grocery shopping or with personal paperwork. Or, perhaps you would like to visit with a Neighbor in their home or give them a reassuring phone call during the week helping to alleviate their feelings of loneliness and isolation.

Our two safety programs, Project Safe Home and our Guardian Angel Program, are also are opportunities for you to volunteer.

"You may only be one person in the world but you may be the world to one person."
A Gentleman's Story
Grocery shopping with Leona.