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Help us help older adults at home

TRAIL volunteers are essential to our success. Volunteers assist our members in a variety of important ways, all of which are helping older Johnson County adults age more securely in their own homes:

  • Home services, such as simple repairs, errands, and outdoor chores
  • Transportation to and from appointments, meetings, or shopping
  • Medical advocacy, i.e., accompanying members to doctor’s appointments, asking questions, and recording instructions
  • The Rise and Shine program for members who desire daily contact with TRAIL
  • Helping to organize and staff social, cultural and educational programming to help TRAIL members make new friends, explore their interests, and remain active and engaged in our community
  • Providing organizational leadership by serving on our Board of Directors or on one of our Board committees.
TRAIL held its first volunteer training session on Feb. 20, 2017. Participants included (standing, L to R) F. Cassiliano, Mindy Paulsen, Walter Helms, Hank Madden, Nancy Husted, and (front row, L to R) Barbara Stein, Kaleigh Gilmore, Lorraine Bowans, and Barbara Plakans .

Want to become a TRAIL volunteer? Orientations sessions are scheduled on an ongoing basis and are listed in our Calendar. If you are interested, please reach out through our Contact page and a member of our Volunteer Committee will be in touch.

Click here to download a PDF that explains our Volunteer Services Program in more detail.

In whatever capacity you’d like to serve, we’d love to have you as part of the TRAIL team!

For TRAIL members: To request volunteer services (Full members only), contact our office at 319-800-9003 during office hours (9AM-1PM, M-F), and staff or volunteers will assist you.