A Simple Act of Caring
At MorseLife Health System, more than 600 caring volunteers open their hearts to make a positive difference to the seniors we serve. The rewards of volunteerism are many, but none is as great as the knowledge that you can help our seniors live with the quality, dignity and respect that they so richly deserve.
Our commitment is to match the interests and experience of volunteers with volunteer roles – sometimes even creating a role for a volunteer with an interesting talent or hobby.
Volunteers help in many areas, with many involved with cultural events and art programs, our gift shops, thrift shop, our meals-on-wheels program, visiting with residents, and so much more. Click here for a current list of volunteer opportunities.
Volunteering at MorseLife Health System is open to adults and to youth over the age of 13 years old. To volunteer, complete and submit the adult, youth or group online application found below. You may also call us at (561) 687-5791.
Volunteering is a simple act of caring and your commitment can make a difference!
How to become a MorseLife Volunteer:
Complete one of the online applications below. Once we receive and process your application, we will contact you to schedule a meeting to discuss your interests, time availability, and our volunteer needs. Once accepted, you are requested to have a two-part tuberculosis screening if you will be volunteering at least twice monthly. We can perform this test at no cost in Morse Health Center’s medical office, or you can choose to have it done by your own physician.
Adult Volunteer Application (18+ years of age)
Youth Volunteer Application (13-17 years of age)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will I receive training?
You will receive a job description, a volunteer handbook and a general orientation. The department or program to which you are assigned will provide training for the specific tasks or roles you will be performing.
Where will I be volunteering?
Most volunteer positions are either in Morse Health Center or The Tradition of the Palm Beaches on MorseLife’s Campus. Our Meals-on-Wheels drivers are assigned throughout the community.
Will I wear a uniform?
If you are a weekly or bi-monthly volunteer, you will wear an official MorseLife Health System Volunteer golf shirt and an identification badge. This is to be worn anytime you are volunteering on campus so that you will be easily recognized by our staff, residents, guests and security.
I do not live in Florida year-round. Can I still volunteer?
Yes. There are many opportunities for seasonal volunteers.
Where is MorseLife located?
Our campus is located on 4847 Fred Gladstone Drive in West Palm Beach, Florida, just off Haverhill Road, 3 miles north of Okeechobee Boulevard or just south of 45th Street.