Volunteer Information Sessions!

Interested in becoming a volunteer for Valley Verde Caregivers? VVCC Invites you to learn how you can make a difference in the lives of older adults in need. VVCC will hold three information sessions on services volunteers provide to help older adults live independently in their homes for as long as possible. 

The first session will be help on Tuesday, March 21, 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the VVCC office at 299 Van Deren, Suite 2, in Uptown Sedona. The second session will be held on Wednesday, March 29, 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Camp Verde Community Library, 130 Black Bridge Loop Rd., and on Friday, March 31, 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the meeting room at Cottonwood Public Library, 100 S. 6th Street. 

For more information and to RSVP, contact Operations & Mobility Manager Kim Meller at

(928) 204-1238 or email: Kimmeller@vvcaregivers.org


Sign Me Up!

Volunteer Forms

Volunteer Application

Driver Information


To volunteer call (928) 204-1238 or

Gail Guntermann provides shopping assistance and prescription pick up for her neighbors in need.

Creating a caring community for older adults in need.


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Kim Meller volunteers two times a week matching neighbor requests to volunteers in the One-Call Center.


Turn your caring into action!

Help assist older adults who want to live independently in their own homes

You decide when, where, and how often

Choose the service(s) you'd like to provide. You decide when and how often you can volunteer.

Service Opportunities

  • Transport neighbors to medical and other appointments
  • Answer phones in the One-Call Center
  • Install and maintain Guardian Angel Medical Alert Units​
  • Interview new neighbors
  • Handy person help
  • Friendly phone calling
  • Shop with/for neighbors
  • Provide business help
  • Patient scribe
  • Email buddy
  • Friendly visiting
  • Friendly phoning
  • ​Pet assistance

What our volunteers are saying

"I have met the most wonderful, interesting people through this program."

"Giving always means receiving. Each person I have assisted has given me more than I gave."

"I am so inspired by these individuals. They truly help me become a better person."

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