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Vail Health Volunteer Corps

The Vail Health Volunteer Corps is committed to supporting the highest level of compassionate patient-centered care at Vail Health facilities.

Kind Gestures That Make A Big Difference

Donating time and resources are two of the most generous ways to give, and the Vail Health Volunteer Corps does both. A twofold organization, the Vail Health Volunteer Corps supports the highest level of compassionate, patient-centered care across the organization.

Founded in 1979, the organization has grown from 13 to more than 100 members. Although the Volunteer Corps initially focused their efforts on fundraising for the hospital, they have since become instrumental in helping patients, guests, and staff at Vail Health Hospital, Shaw Cancer Center, Sonnenalp Breast Center, and Beaver Creek Medical Center on a daily basis. Since January 2021, the volunteers have also assisted the vaccine clinics at Vail Health.

Founded in 1979, the Volunteer Corps has grown from 13 to more than 100 members. Since its inception, the organization has raised and contributed more than $1.5 million to Vail Health through its fashion shows, gift shop sales, and bake sales. Each year, they donate more than 5,000 service hours and $50,000 to Vail Health.

Become A Volunteer

As a nonprofit health care provider, Vail Health treasures our volunteers and their commitment to community service. The individuals who choose to give their time and talents to Vail Health are key to our success.  Whether it is providing companionship, greeting our patients and their families or staffing our gift shop, we have a variety of ways for adults and students over the age of 15 to get involved. Please note that, due to the specific requirements of the programs we offer, we are unable to place every applicant.