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There are no special qualifications or requirements needed to volunteer at The Victory Center other than having a heart to give back and a desire to be a part of an organization that offers care and compassion for so many individuals and families experiencing the physical and emotional effects related to cancer.

Our FREE Programs and Services are offered to men and women of all ages, religions, ethnicities and with any type of cancer diagnosis. To help us to continue offering these programs and services at no cost, we need many helping hands in a variety of areas.

Volunteer categories include:

Phone and Front Desk Tasks – answering phones, making appointments, organizing therapist folders, making reminder calls, greeting participants, offering them coffee, tea, or water, sometimes escorting them to their therapist, engaging in occasional chit-chat as the participant is so inclined, answering any questions participants may have, and other miscellaneous tasks related to this area
General Office Tasks – miscellaneous tasks such as putting participant packets together, preparing mailings, filing, faxing, copying, folding, etc.
• Computer Tasks – typing donor letters & envelopes, working with databases & mail merges, and other computer tasks as needed.
Committee Roles for Fundraising Events – willing to serve on a committee to help fundraising events, and/or possibly (if agreeable) chairing an event
____ The Victory Center’s Signature Luncheon & Fashion Show
____ Celebrity Wait Night
____ Over the Edge for Victory
• Health and Volunteer Fair Ambassadors – staffing TVC display at health fairs and other local events, answering general questions about TVC and handing out materials, making sure needed info gets to and from event
Wig Bank Stylists – assisting women who are experiencing hair loss due to cancer treatment in finding a wig
Follow-up Calls – make calls to new volunteers and encourage them, sign them up for something, involve them in an event, and make calls to participants as needed
Brochure Deliveries – delivering brochures to doctors’ offices and medical offices around town, other deliveries as needed
Special Projects – making improvements around The Victory Center i.e. painting offices, etc.
Welcome Interview Volunteers (social worker, nurse, physician) – requires special training to interview new participants, take health history, introduce them to TVC activities and services

Volunteer Today!

We are flexible and appreciate any time you are able to give! So please consider becoming a part of our extended family and know that your time and effort will support The Victory Center’s mission of FREE care, compassion and support for cancer patients and their families.

Please complete the volunteer interest form to be considered for any volunteer opportunities.

For more volunteer information or to set up a brief volunteer orientation meeting, please contact:

Sandy Witt at switt@thevictorycenter.org or Call the Office at 419-531-7600

Volunteer Interest Form

There are no special qualifications or requirements needed to volunteer at The Victory Center other than having a heart to give back and a desire to be a part of an organization that offers care and compassion for so many individuals and families experiencing the physical and emotional effects related to cancer.

Our FREE Programs and Services are offered to men and women of all ages, religions, ethnicities and with any type of cancer diagnosis. To help us to continue offering these programs and services at no cost, we need many helping hands in a variety of areas.

Volunteer categories include:

Phone and Front Desk Tasks – answering phones, making appointments, organizing therapist folders, making reminder calls, greeting participants, offering them coffee, tea, or water, sometimes escorting them to their therapist, engaging in occasional chit-chat as the participant is so inclined, answering any questions participants may have, and other miscellaneous tasks related to this area
General Office Tasks – miscellaneous tasks such as putting participant packets together, preparing mailings, filing, faxing, copying, folding, etc.
• Computer Tasks – typing donor letters & envelopes, working with databases & mail merges, and other computer tasks as needed.
Committee Roles for Fundraising Events – willing to serve on a committee to help fundraising events, and/or possibly (if agreeable) chairing an event
____ The Victory Center’s Signature Luncheon & Fashion Show
____ Celebrity Wait Night
____ Over the Edge for Victory
• Health and Volunteer Fair Ambassadors – staffing TVC display at health fairs and other local events, answering general questions about TVC and handing out materials, making sure needed info gets to and from event
Wig Bank Stylists – assisting women who are experiencing hair loss due to cancer treatment in finding a wig
Follow-up Calls – make calls to new volunteers and encourage them, sign them up for something, involve them in an event, and make calls to participants as needed
Brochure Deliveries – delivering brochures to doctors’ offices and medical offices around town, other deliveries as needed
Special Projects – making improvements around The Victory Center i.e. painting offices, etc.
Welcome Interview Volunteers (social worker, nurse, physician) – requires special training to interview new participants, take health history, introduce them to TVC activities and services

Volunteer Today!

We are flexible and appreciate any time you are able to give! So please consider becoming a part of our extended family and know that your time and effort will support The Victory Center’s mission of FREE care, compassion and support for cancer patients and their families.

Please complete the volunteer interest form to be considered for any volunteer opportunities.

For more volunteer information or to set up a brief volunteer orientation meeting, please contact:

Sandy Witt href=”mailto:switt@thevictorycenter.org”>switt@thevictorycenter.org or Call the Office at 419-531-7600

Volunteer Interest Form

Volunteer Interest Form

Please take a moment to look over the enclosed list of volunteer opportunities and check any that look interesting to you.

Phone/DeskOffice TasksComputerHealth Fair AmbassadorFundraising/CommitteesWig BankFollow-up CallsDeliveriesSpecial ProjectsRecycling

PURPOSE
To assure that the participant’s right to privacy is protected by specifying the protocol regarding confidentiality of the personal information and release of that information, as necessary.

POLICY
The Victory Center, its personnel, therapists, and volunteers will maintain, as confidential, all records and information related to participants. No information will be released without prior written authorization by the participant or his/her representative.

PROCEDURE
Upon hire and annually, all personnel will sign a Confidentiality Statement (see attachment)

1. Only personnel involved in the care or the supervision of care with a participant will have access to a participant’s records.

2. Participants will not be discussed by any personnel outside of the context of professional conversation regarding participant’s condition and care.

3. Records will not be released to any third-party without a written authorization from the participant.

4. Acknowledgements of participation may be sent to the participant’s referral source. (i.e. physician)

5. An agreement and consent form, including authorization to release information, will be signed by the participant upon entry to any program at The Victory Center.

6. All Victory Center personnel and volunteers will be asked to sign a confidentiality statement during orientation.

7. Any breach in confidentiality on the part of Victory Center personnel or volunteer is grounds for possible termination.

8. Verbal communication regarding a participant may from time to time be necessary. This communication must be treated with the same concern for the best interests of the participant as written material. Spoken communication in which the participant is individually identified must be documented in the participant’s records. Casual conversation or other remarks about participants should be avoided at all times.

THE VICTORY CENTER

CONFIDENTIALITY AND
RELEASE OF INFORMATON STATEMENT

I have been informed of and understand The Victory Center’s policies regarding the confidentiality of participant’s records and other information. I realize my obligation, as a volunteer, to comply with these policies.

Sign Here:
Date:

Please take a moment to look over the enclosed list of volunteer opportunities and check any that look interesting to you.

Phone/DeskOffice TasksComputerHealth Fair AmbassadorFundraising/CommitteesWig BankFollow-up CallsDeliveriesSpecial ProjectsRecycling

PURPOSE
To assure that the participant’s right to privacy is protected by specifying the protocol regarding confidentiality of the personal information and release of that information, as necessary.

POLICY
The Victory Center, its personnel, therapists, and volunteers will maintain, as confidential, all records and information related to participants. No information will be released without prior written authorization by the participant or his/her representative.

PROCEDURE
Upon hire and annually, all personnel will sign a Confidentiality Statement (see attachment)

1. Only personnel involved in the care or the supervision of care with a participant will have access to a participant’s records.

2. Participants will not be discussed by any personnel outside of the context of professional conversation regarding participant’s condition and care.

3. Records will not be released to any third-party without a written authorization from the participant.

4. Acknowledgements of participation may be sent to the participant’s referral source. (i.e. physician)

5. An agreement and consent form, including authorization to release information, will be signed by the participant upon entry to any program at The Victory Center.

6. All Victory Center personnel and volunteers will be asked to sign a confidentiality statement during orientation.

7. Any breach in confidentiality on the part of Victory Center personnel or volunteer is grounds for possible termination.

8. Verbal communication regarding a participant may from time to time be necessary. This communication must be treated with the same concern for the best interests of the participant as written material. Spoken communication in which the participant is individually identified must be documented in the participant’s records. Casual conversation or other remarks about participants should be avoided at all times.

THE VICTORY CENTER

CONFIDENTIALITY AND
RELEASE OF INFORMATON STATEMENT

I have been informed of and understand The Victory Center’s policies regarding the confidentiality of participant’s records and other information. I realize my obligation, as a volunteer, to comply with these policies.

Sign Here:
Date: