You can help

Circle of Care, St. Louis partners with community members who give of their time and skills to support clients and residents in a variety of ways.

Why Volunteer?

  • Experience personal satisfaction helping others.

  • Become part of a caring team, meet new people, and make new friends.

  • Meet community-minded people, who share a common goal.

  • Gain valuable work experience.

  • Make a difference in someone’s life.

  • A way to express gratitude for the help you may have received in the past from an organization.

  • Retired professionals can contribute their skills to benefit their community.


We can find something meaningful for you to do whether it is five times a week or twice a month. Sign up to volunteer by calling us at 314-873-3501 or complete the online application

Make a difference

Volunteers join us in our Mission to support independence and enhance the quality of daily life for seniors, adults, and their families. As a COCSTL Volunteer, your time and commitment have a valuable impact in YOUR community. We will support you in your volunteer work by setting up meaningful opportunities with clear position descriptions and by providing orientation, on-site training, and ongoing support and recognition. Sign up to volunteer by calling us at: 314-873-3501 or complete the online application. 

Ways to Volunteer

Transportation Services

  • Volunteer Drivers – This is a great opportunity for volunteers looking for a highly flexible schedule.

Save Our Seniors (SOS)

  • SOS is a volunteer-led initiative that seeks to meet the growing needs of low-income seniors by delivering healthy food, toiletries/personal care items, and cleaning supplies each month to the homes of nearly 300 seniors.

Telephone Reassurance 

  • During this time of social distancing, giving this gift of friendly telephone conversation is especially treasured. Telephone Reassurance volunteers must be at least 18 years old.

Grand momma's for Healthy Babies (GMFHB): Safe Sleep Project -Download Flyer

GMFHB engage African American elders (grandparents and specifically grandmothers) in reducing the rate of SUIDs (Sudden Unexplained Infant Death)/SUDIs (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) by educating and mentoring young African American parents or future parents about safe sleep practices for infants.

Volunteer Board Members
  • The main purpose of the Circle of Care, St. Louis Board is to make governance decisions and be responsible to all of our stakeholders, so that the stated purpose, goals, and objectives of the organization can be attained within its budgetary framework. Your expertise would provide valuable insight in assisting Circle of Care, St. Louis reach future goals to effectively serve the communities in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

Skilled Services
  • We are always looking for help in areas of expertise. Do you have skill sets in any of the following? Or do you believe you can contribute your skills, such as; Video, Photography, writing, proof reading, website maintenance, social media, advertising, marketing help, board members, etc.