Your Career at South Nassau
Volunteering at South Nassau can be both satisfying and enriching. No experience is necessary: anyone with a little spare time, an easy smile and a kind heart qualifies.
Whether you have just a few hours to give each day - or each week - you can truly make a difference in someone else's life. To find out about the positions currently available in one of the below categories, click here and select "Volunteers" from the "Select a Job Category" drop-down menu. Please leave the other categories set to "All". Click on the link to download additional instructions.
Donate a few hours each week visiting patients or assisting in one of our many administrative or clinical areas. Get involved in our Listeners Program, with the Patient Library, Craft Cart or "Talking Books" Program. Volunteering can be fun and rewarding and the opportunities are plentiful. The Hospital recognizes volunteers with special pin awards as they accrue hours and with an annual appreciation luncheon. For details, call the Volunteer Department at (516) 632-3928.
Junior high and high school-aged young adults can volunteer after school, on weekends or during spring and summer breaks. It's not only an excellent opportunity to help others, but also a great way to get a firsthand look at the health care field for those youngsters who may be considering this as a career. Call the Volunteer Department at (516) 632-3928.
Auxiliaries to SNCH
With chapters throughout the South Shore, the Central Council of Auxiliaries' 400-plus volunteers help us reach our fundraising goals. Their projects include Flower Days, the Tiny Tots Society newborn program and Fingerprinting for Kids project, hospital lobby sales and the Big Sweep Raffle. Meetings are monthly; times and locations vary. For more information or to receive a copy of the Auxiliary Annual Report, call the Office of Development at (516) 377-5360.
Partners in Care
Our Development Office provides a number of opportunities for individuals to make financial gifts to the hospital. These include:
Please call the Development Office at (516) 377-5360 for further information.
- The Major Gift Program, which enables you to dedicate specific locations with contributions of $25,000 and more
- The President's Club, for those who donate $10,000 or more.
- The Tower Club, for donors who contribute $150 or more annually.
- Honor gifts for donations in celebration of a person or joyous event, or memorial gifts in memory of a loved one.
- Restricted gifts to programs such as oncology, cardiac services, pediatrics, newborn and critical care units.