Senior Center Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking for ways to give back to your community?

Would you like to make a difference in someone else’s life?

Volunteer Opportunities and Roles Abound

The Senior Center has many volunteer opportunities, including:

  • FISH driver Friends in Service Helping – providing transportation to medical and dental appointmen
  • In-Home Fix-it  – making small home repairs and providing maintenance
  • Friendly Visitor –   a weekly visit lasting 1-2 hours to a matched senior
  • Phone Buddy –  a weekly phone call lasting 15-30 mins to a matched senior
  • Sand Bucket –  delivering  bucket(s) of sand to a senior for use by the homeowner during the winter months
  • Leader/Moderator of class/program/discussion/presentation –   helping to present/moderate
  • Newsletter Collator – affixing address labels to our newsletter to prepare it for mailing
  • Special Events Helper – help with set-up, serving and/or clean-up for events held at the Senior Center
  • Grocery Shopper – doing weekly food shopping for a matched senior
  • Goodnow-to-Go – delivery & pick-up of library materials to a matched Sudbury resident unable to get to the library
  • Meals on Wheels Kitchen Help – helping to set up trays of prepared food for Meals on Wheels program
  • Meals on Wheels Driver – delivery of hot mid-day meal to seniors.
  • Trip Coordinator – coordinates trips of seniors
  • Technology Help – provide tech assistance to seniors with ipads, laptops, and cell phones to learn to use Zoom, apps
  • Special Projects – one-of-a-kind or on-going projects, i.e. Interviewer of residents, photographer for our newsletter

If interested in becoming a Senior Center volunteer, please contact Janet Lipkin at 978-639-3223; [email protected] 

Or download and complete the Volunteer Application Packet in PDF .

All volunteers must sign a Volunteer Liability Waiver




Deb Galloway welcomes Noyes Elementary School students to the Senior Center.

Pat Howard - Volunteer

Pat Howard – Volunteer