Provides clerical support to the Housing Community in an efficient manner and in accordance with HUD regulations, organizes the resident newsletter, ensures that all work orders and residents’ service requests are communicated to appropriate staff in a timely manner and supports the Embrace Living Communities wellness culture that encourages active aging and “living well.”
Certified yoga instructors are needed to lead residents in weekly classes. Yoga instructors can volunteer services or provide service to a group for a nominal rate.
Volunteer groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) can create welcome baskets for new residents throughout the year. (Some communities are able to provide a nominal budget for the project, if needed.)
Lead residents in singing group. Groups meet weekly, and leaders are asked to direct over a series of meetings.
Every year, each community celebrates residents. Residents are provided special services and take-home items, such as t-shirts. Community groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) can sponsor this event at their local community.
Certified pet therapists are needed to visit residents. Therapists are needed weekly and monthly.
Qualified nail technicians are needed to service residents requesting manicures and pedicures. Technicians can volunteer services or provide services for nominal rates.
Community groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) can sponsor movie nights at their local community.
Licensed massage therapists are needed to service residents requesting massage and other applicable therapeutic services. Therapists can volunteer services or provide services for nominal rates.
Do you have experience or interest in interior design? We’re always looking for individuals to help beautify our communities. We often have opportunities to help residents in their home as well.
Greenthumb volunteers are needed to help beautify community exteriors from May – August each year. Individuals and groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) are welcome.
Organize and lead residents in various exercise and dance classes. Select from a variety of classes to lead or recommend your own.
Community groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) can sponsor and/or cook a community meal for residents throughout the year. Meals can be homemade recipes made from scratch or ordered (i.e. pizza, sandwiches, etc.)
Volunteer groups (i.e. schools, church groups, civic organizations) can shop for small gifts during Christmas and deliver to new residents. (Some communities are able to provide a nominal budget for the project, if needed.)
Book clubs are very popular among our community residents. Volunteers are needed to organize and teach meetings monthly.
North Orchard Place is frequently in need of local community partners that can provide services, including: exercise / fitness instruction, nutrition education, therapy services, food assistance, beauty services, healthcare services, religious studies / teaching, art and music instruction and more.
To learn more, please contact us.