Department of Volunteer Services
Getting to know us
'Vol-un-teer', n. [Fr. voluntaire]
- A person who enters or offers to enter into any service of his own free will without compensation.
- A person who freely gives of his talents to enrich the lives of others.
- A person whose love of mankind stretches beyond the need for compensation.
Mankind owes to the child the best it has to give. --United Nations Declaration
Our volunteers make a difference
Throughout the Children's Hospital, you will see many volunteers fulfilling important responsibilities. They donate their time and energy to improving life for our young patients, their families, and visitors. These volunteers are motivated by a special love for children. They include high school and college students, working adults, senior citizens, homemakers, and people from many different walks of life who wish to give of their unique talents.
See our programs.
How to find the department of volunteer servicesIf you would like more information about the department of volunteer services, please call (909) 558-8022, or stop by our office. We are located on the lobby level, room 1802, and our hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Friday.
Meet Our Kids
When Isaiah was born, he wasn't expected to live past his first birthday. Now, the fun-loving boy is excited to tell everybody of the infant heart transplant he received at two and a half months old and the great place that saved his life—Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.