Organizations | Health & Wellness


Legal Aid of North Carolina seeks volunteer healthcare navigators to help individuals and families understand and enroll in health insurance options through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Marketplace. 

CONTACT: or (336) 397-2358


Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care needs volunteers to train to visit with our hospice patients and their families in your area. Requirements are: 18 years or older, a clean criminal background history, valid driver's license and a desire to help people in your own community as they face the unknown. One to two hours a week (or two to three hours a month) is all that are required of your time. Our patient's and families need the caring emotional and practical support only a hospice volunteer can provide. Won't you become part of our dedicated team as we continue to serve and uplift those facing the most difficult journey of all?

CONTACT: or (888) 789-2922


NC Diaper Bank provides 3 million diapers in addition to feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products to NC families. They have open volunteers hours to wrap diapers  every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10a - 3p. 

CONTACT: or (336) 830-4579


Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center utilizes adult volunteers to offer help and comfort to patient families in ICU Waiting Rooms, Emergency Department, and other areas of the hospital.

CONTACT: or (336) 718-5738


School Health Alliance / Community Health Alliance is a partner and supporting organization to the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS). The SHA operates school-based health centers and programs in partnership with our schools and other community health organizations to provide medical and mental health services that promote the health and educational success of school-aged children and adolescents. School-based health centers provide services to students, regardless of their ability to pay. School-based health centers are similar to a doctor’s office, but are located in our schools.  School-based health center services include comprehensive well-child and adolescent exams, immunizations, diagnosis and treatment of illness or injury, management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes, mental health assessment and treatment, health education, nutrition education, and health promotion/disease prevention programs. School-based health centers keep youth in Forsyth County healthy, in school, and ready to learn.

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Trellis Supportive Care One way to volunteer with Trellis is to bake cookies or cakes for the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. You can drop donations off at 101 Hospice Lane, Winston Salem, NC 27103. We also have opportunities throughout the year for volunteering at the home, visiting patients, and clerical work.

CONTACT: or (336) 331-1470

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