Become a Volunteer
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance serves hundreds of patients each day and they need you in so many ways! We currently have over 250 volunteers who actively support our patients and families by donating approximately 1,600 hours each month. The majority of our volunteer opportunities involve assisting oncology patients and their families. SCCA patients and their families come from the Puget Sound area and from around the world to receive treatment, often far from home with limited financial resources and social interaction. We are fortunate to have dedicated volunteers who provide vital practical and social support for patients’ families in a variety of ways.
Join SCCA Volunteer Services on Facebook – become a fan, share volunteering opportunities with your friends, and keep up-to-date with news, events, and articles related to SCCA and volunteering.
Steps to Becoming a Volunteer
Step 1: Application – due by October 19, 2015
If you are able to attend the next mandatory orientation/training sessions and commit to volunteering for at least 3 consecutive months, complete the following application steps in full:
- Volunteer application/PDF (see below)
- Two personal reference forms (included in application)
- Immunization/Health Assessment Form (or provide copies of records)
- Photocopy of driver's license
Return application by mail or fax to:
Volunteer Services Program
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
825 Eastlake Avenue E., LA-201
Seattle, WA 98109
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions and service descriptions to all of our volunteer roles can be found by clicking on the appropriate links located in the left-side column of this page.
Questions? Call 206-288-1072 or email email@example.com.
Step 2: Mandatory two-part Orientation:
Part 1 – Wednesday, October 21, 2015 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Part 2 – Wednesday, October 28, 2015 3:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Attendance at both sessions is required. Prior to orientation, our Occupational Health Nurse will have reviewed the Immunization/Health Assessment Form that you submitted with your application. During the two orientation sessions, we will visit with the Occupational Health nurses where they will administer any required immunizations. Please refer to the first page of the application for detailed information on the orientation and full TB/immunization process.
Step 3: Interview and Placement
After completion of the volunteer orientation, health screening process, and all application paperwork is complete, you will be scheduled to meet with the appropriate department supervisor for an interview and begin role-specific training.
Volunteer Application Forms
Download and complete the following applications that are appropriate to the positions that you are applying for: