Volunteering means being part of a group of energetic people who make a significant difference in the health and well-being of others.
For some, volunteering provides an opportunity to interact with people and make new friends. For others, it's a way to give back to the community. The greatest reward, however, is the sense of giving oneself to help others—and there are so many opportunities for volunteering at Main Line Health.
Our volunteers are students, parents, grandparents, working professionals and retirees from all walks of life. They come during the day, after school or on weekends—whenever their schedule allows.
You can volunteer in the following ways at any of our locations:
- Nursing units and clinical departments
- Pet therapy
- NICU cuddlers
- Administrative support
Each location has its own unique volunteering opportunities. To learn more about these opportunities, click on each hospital below.
Apply to be a volunteer with Main Line Health
To volunteer with Main Line Health, you must be at least 15 years old and you must:
- Fill out the application and return it to the Department of Volunteer Services at your desired location.
- For adults, submit two reference letters from non-relatives. Reference forms are located within the application. Have completed forms mailed or emailed to our department.
- Provide information requested for clearances, including a background check, child abuse clearances and FBI attestation or attestation form. Make sure to sign your consent for background check to be processed.
- Up-to-date immunizations, including COVID-19 vaccination and seasonal flu vaccination, are outlined in the volunteer application and are required.
Download your application form today:
We have two applications (one for minors, ages 15-17) and one for adults (ages 18 and older). To get started, fill out and submit your application to become a volunteer at Main Line Health:
You can find information on how to submit your application to your desired location below or in the above applications.
Once your application and both references are received and reviewed, the volunteer office will call you to schedule an appointment to discuss your interests and develop a placement.
We will look forward to meeting you and having you become a member of the Main Line Health team!