Volunteer Opportunities

The support of volunteers is crucial to the campus. In as little as two hours each month, we can make it easy for you to gain community service experience and play a significant role in the life of a resident. Numerous volunteer opportunities are available:

Fine Dining & Evening Programs

The San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living will offer more meaningful opportunities to engage our residents and patients in including fine dining experiences, concerts, game nights and more. This expanded evening program will also provide wonderful new opportunities and challenges for our growing pool of volunteers.

Bringing smiles to dinner guests

Bringing smiles to our dinner guests

Volunteer hugs a dining resident

Volunteer hugs a dining resident


This experience serves up a veritable menu of meaningful and fun opportunities for you to engage with our residents and patients, as well as their guests.


Greet and share a smile with residents and their guests as they arrive for an evening of fine dining.


Entertain our fine diners with your fine musicianship or serenade them with song.


Make and serve drinks so that our diners can sip while they sup.


Running the range from mocktails to jazz concerts and painting evenings, your help at these fine dining special events will be fun and fabulous.


Transport and Life Enrichment activity assistants Where there’s movies, music, game nights and more, there’ll be attendees galore. Transport residents and patients to these events, and assist staff where necessary.


Share your voice or talent on your instrument of choice.



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