The Webster Comfort Care Home depends upon volunteers to conduct the day-to-day operations of the Home. Our volunteers find a warm, friendly atmosphere where they can participate in giving back to the community through a variety of opportunities.

Volunteering at WCCH can be a rich and diverse experience. The large and small acts given freely are what binds our WCCH community together, enriches the greater Webster community and makes a difference every day in the lives of our residents and their families.

volunteer training

Volunteer Training

Our training series is held twice a year, in the fall and spring.  Volunteers are welcome to join us anytime during the year with hands-on training available.

Contact Ruth Rappaport-Kristal at VolunteerCoord@webstercomfortcare.org or call (585) 872-5290 for more information.

Volunteer Role Descriptions

The descriptions below are to give you an overview of general responsibilities for each opportunity.

To provide personal care to our residents, which includes basic hygiene, small meal preparation based on residents preferences, administrating medications, daily household tasks and anything deemed appropriate by the nurse on duty.

To help raise money through various campaigns and events, which may include serving on an event committee, solicitation of gifts-in-kind donation for silent auctions and assists with our annual appeal.

To design and create brochures, information packets, poster and fundraising materials for distribution.

To assist with maintenance needs in the Home and yard, which could include lawn mowing, snow removal, gardening, and possible light equipment maintenance, is skilled and knowledgeable.

To assist with correspondence, mailing, computer work, answering phones, filing, and clerical support for fundraising efforts as needed.

Volunteer Application (2 pages)
The application is in PDF format, click on the image to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Mail the application to:

Volunteer Coordinator
Webster Comfort Care
700 Holt Rd.
Webster, NY  14580

Help Support The Home

We do not charge our residents or their families for the care we provide.
We gratefully exist solely through the generosity of donations and volunteers.

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