If you want to give back to your community and brighten someone’s day, then volunteering with Spectrum Generations is for you! Our volunteers are a group of special people which span all ages and all backgrounds who volunteer their time to help others and find personal fulfillment. Volunteers are committed to our mission and to our consumer's right to choice. Volunteer opportunities are listed below, click for more details. If you have an idea for something not listed, give us a call!
Across our agency we are always actively searching for committed volunteers looking for the opportunity to give back to those in their community. With locations throughout the state of Maine we are able to offer you the chance to connect with your neighbors and help those who need it most. Some of he areas we are currently looking for volunteers are:
Community Center Volunteers
Kitchen/Wait Staff/Food Prep
Local Advisory Council members
Talent/Musician/Arts & Crafts
Activities and Programs
Aging and Disabilities Resource Center Volunteer
Senior Medicare Patrol/Fraud Prevention
State Health Insurance Plan
Meals on Wheels
Becoming a driver. Deliver meals and bring needed nutrition and friendly visits to seniors and people with disabilities in your community. Contribute your time as an assessor. Help make assessments and determine eligibility for Meals on Wheels. Join the kitchen help and packer team. Become a hands-on volunteer and help staff and additional volunteers pull together and pack the meals to be delivered. Be a Food Bank Assistant.
Be a hero for a hero. Our Legacy Corps program, an AmeriCorps project funded by the University of Maryland, provides companionship respite for veteran and military families and their caregivers. Legacy Corps Volunteers will receive up to 90 hours of training, a monthly taxable living allowance, and the opportunity to qualify for an educational award. For more information on our Legacy Corps program and what it means to be a volunteer, visit our webpage today.
For more information, please speak with our Volunteer Coordinator, Betty LaBua at [email protected] or (207) 620-1662. Some of our funding sources require that all undergo a background check and must meet agency standards and screening requirements, including reference checks and an interview. Fill out our volunteer application today to get started.