Volunteers from all walks of life come together at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, combining their compassion, skills and talent to make a difference in the lives of our patients.
Many of our volunteers have been touched personally by cancer, but that is not a requirement to join our efforts. Anyone with a keen interest in helping is encouraged to volunteer. To create a successful volunteer experience, we work hard to match your skills and interests with the right opportunity.
Choose the role that matches your lifestyle.
Make lasting friendships and meaningful memories.
If you are currently caring for someone with a serious illness, if you yourself are dealing with an illness, or if you have experienced the death of a loved one in the past year, this may not be the best time for you to commit to us. However, we hope that you will consider volunteering in the future.
Getting started is easy
Please call the Volunteer Coordinator: 734-936-8307.
Still want to know more?
Learn more about the Volunteering Opportunities.
Read through our Volunteering Frequently Asked Questions web page.
The Volunteer and Community Resource Program (VCRP) is also part of Patient/Family Support Services.