Many volunteer opportunities are available through DonorConnect. Our volunteers educate people at health fairs, speak to service organizations and help with special projects. Public education is crucial to our mission and our volunteers are an integral part of this effort. We are always looking for new volunteers and also those willing to work with the media as part of news stories, TV spots, etc.
We conduct volunteer training at the start of each calendar quarter for new and current volunteers. We are also able to provide new volunteers with basic training on an ongoing basis, so they can get started as soon a possible. Please contact DonorConnect at (801) 521-1755 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in volunteering with us.
If you are interested in volunteering, please reach out to us either by email at email@example.com or phone at (801) 521-1755. We would love to know a little more about you and your connection to donation or what prompted you to volunteer with us. We will need to get some contact information from you so we can email you the forms we will need to get started.
We have some basic paperwork we will need you to fill out for us. It includes a volunteer information sheet that will give us your contact information, let us know some of the types of volunteer activities you would like to be involved in and what talents or skills you would like to share with us. We will also ask you to sign a confidentiality statement, a safety form and a consent form. We are happy to answer an questions you might have about these forms.
We hold volunteer training quarterly and hope that you will be able to attend one of these training meetings. We will also mail you an introductory packet with a video about donation and some other information we hope you will find helpful. You will be working with an experienced volunteer for your first few volunteer opportunities. If you are unable to make it to a training meeting or need the training sooner, we can often work out an alternate training plan.
Making people aware of the need for organ, eye and tissue donation, and then getting those people registered is an Eagle Project that can make a real difference. You might even be able to get a story in the newspaper about your project. For Information about how to start an Eagle Scout Project that will inform people about the importance of organ, eye, and tissue donation, click here.
Read the information to learn more about the project, then call 801-478-7352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You and your scout troop can earn the Organ Donor Awareness Patch, while participating in an interesting and informative presentation. For more information, click here.
To schedule a presentation, please call 801-478-7352 or email email@example.com.
Please determine two or three possible dates for the presentation to take place, and give us a few weeks notice so we can schedule a speaker.