WOW volunteers offer caring assistance to people in need, under the direction and supervision of the WOW staff. Currently there are volunteers in the Sioux Falls, Lennox and Dell Rapids area available to help seniors in need in those communities. If you or someone you know needs our assistance, or if you would like to volunteer, please contact Workers on Wheels office at 333-3317.
People volunteer for a variety of reasons; most common is the desire to help others. Most of us will need some type of help at some point in our lives. Many volunteers say they volunteer now while they are the person with the ability to help, but tomorrow they may be the person in need of a kind hearted volunteer.
Volunteering is also the perfect way to develop new skills or discover a new talent. Employers are interested in well-rounded people and often encourage their employees to volunteer and be active in the community. We cannot guarantee volunteering will help you advance in your career but we can guarantee it will bring you a great deal of personal satisfaction.
Be a good role model to your children, pass along your values, have fun together, spend quality time together, build shared memories, give back to the community, cheer up others.
How do you volunteer for WOW?
The first step in volunteering for the WOW program is to complete an application form and agree to a criminal background check. Once this process is completed volunteers go through a short orientation session and then they are ready to begin their new volunteer career.
Are you ready to volunteer for WOW?
To volunteer or learn more about the Workers on Wheels program, please contact LaRae Clausen
(firstname.lastname@example.org ▪ 605-333-3317) or print the WOW Volunteer Application by clicking the following link Workers on Wheels Volunteer Form
Complete the application and mail to:
Workers on Wheels
2300 West 46th Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57105-6528
Thank you for volunteering!
“Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.” ~ Quote by Sally Koch
Other volunteer opportunities are available at the HELP!Line Center. Get connected and get answers by dialing 211 or visiting the HELP!Line Center’s web page at www.volunteersolutions.org/volhelp.