Volunteer Opportunities

PGCSC Ambassador Program Community Network for Seniors

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ambassadorAmbassadors are volunteers recruited from their own community, and perform the following services:
  • Volunteer for five hours a week or more
  • Commitment of six months
  • Stationed at local community sites
  • Trained on al resources available for their community
  • Provide referral information as requested from older adults, families, professionals, and community
  • Assist in the referral  process
  • Follow-up to ensure the resources were available and helpful

PGCSC’s Ambassador Program is designed to recruit, train, and develop a community network for seniors that will address aging and behavioral health issues such as depression, isolation, substance abuse, and elder suicide.  By mobilizing willing volunteers and community assets in a joint effort, we propose to assist seniors in maintaining a sustained level of autonomy, independence and life satisfaction.  

To learn how to become an Ambassador in your community, please fill out the Volunteer Registration Form.

Transportation Volunteers

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Transportation Volunteers
The Gila Rides Volunteer Driver Training Program will provide basic training opportunities to qualified individuals.  Persons interested in volunteering as drivers for one of the many partner agencies in Gila County


Meals on Wheels Volunteers

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Meals on WheelsA Community Partnership Between Local Seniors, Agencies, Businesses, and Senior Centers

Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens and local senior centers delivered 114,537 Home-Delivered Meals from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003. This is an increase of 20,612 meals over the past 2 years. This increase is due to a 253% growth in our senior population since 1980 and an increasing number of frail and ill seniors needing meals.

To help meet this need, PGCSC invites individuals of any age and staff from community agencies and local businesses to deliver meals to homebound seniors. We are asking volunteers to deliver meals during their regular lunch time, one to two hours a day at least three days a month.

Volunteers will make a great difference in the lives of homebound frail and ill seniors in Pinal and Gila counties. You are desperately needed !


Senior Center Volunteers

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Senior Center VolunteersIt’s not necessarily true that “too many cooks spoil the stew”. Many hands are needed to provide services at local senior centers. Help is needed in the office, for registration, to answer the phone, serve the meal, clear tables, deliver homebound meals, and to assist with recreational programs. If you have time and talents to share, contact your local senior center for more information.


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