Assist in various departments with special projects and general office and clerical duties as needed. Examples of work include helping with mailings, data entry, filing, follow-up phone calls, updating guides, sorting forms and creating information packets.
Call Center Volunteers
Assist the Call Center staff with administrative tasks so that they can focus on the 500+ calls that come in daily. Must be detail oriented, organized, responsible and able to maintain confidentiality.
Development Department needs volunteers. Be trained to raise money from your friends, family and professional connections on behalf of WFHC. Past development experience helpful. Minimum commitment is six months.
Health Fair Volunteers
Compile materials for Westside Family Health Center health fairs.
Make Us An Offer
Are you highly organized or have some other skill that might help us in our mission? Do you have a talent for fundraising or friend-raising, both important to Westside Family Health Center's existence. Are you a good ambassador—willing to go into the community on our behalf and get the word out about what we do to friends, family and co-workers? Perhaps you have a yen for research. We invite you to make us an offer!
Compile Westside Family Health Center Outreach materials.
Patient Care Volunteer
Work directly with the Patient Care Coordinator with filing and data entry. Must be detail oriented, organized, responsible and able to maintain confidentiality.
Project Clean Toy Volunteers
Sanitize toys for Westside Family Health Center Mother-Infant groups.
Assist in the Patient Pharmaceutical Assistance Program with filing and data entry. Must be detail oriented, organized, responsible and able to maintain confidentiality. Great opportunity for college students interested in the medical field!
Street Outreach Volunteer
Assist Community Outreach & Education staff with Street Outreach.
Every baby should have a blankie. That’s the motto of Young Grannies, a group of Westside Family Health Center volunteers who donate handmade baby blankets to our infant and toddler patients. Becoming a Young Granny is easy. All you need is a love for knitting, crocheting or quilting. The blankets can be made at your own speed. Please use the following guidelines when making a baby blanket:
- Use easily washable yarns such as acrylic or acrylic blends.
- Blankies should measure no larger than 40 inches by 40 inches and no smaller than 35 inches by 35 inches.
- Feel free to go wild with the colors: traditional pastels are appreciated as much as bright colors.
- Make sure blankets are safe in that there are no buttons, snaps or other items that baby can swallow.
You can drop off your blanket at WFHC or mail it to us at:
Westside Family Health Center
1711 Ocean Park Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA 90405