VA Pacific Islands Healthcare System
What We Do
Thank you for your interest in being a volunteer with the VA Center for Development and Civic Engagement Services.
DAV Volunteer Driver Program – Pickup VA vehicle at Spark M. Matsunaga Medical Center, drive to pick up Veteran from their home and take them to their appointment, return them to their home and return VA vehicle to Spark M. Matsunaga Medical Center. Support is from Mon-Sat 0700-1630 hrs – whatever days you are available. Must be 21 yrs of age. If you are interested in this program, CDCE will need to forward you different instructions and forms.
Community Living Center (CLC) (Is a VA 24 Hour Care Facility) – Assist Recreation Therapist with activities of the day. Facility Volunteer Hours: Sun-Sat 0900–1400 hrs or according to the service’s needs. Volunteer will need to be COVID Tested prior to their designated volunteering.
As a VA volunteer, you’ll support Veterans in your area, meet interesting people, and gain valuable experience in a health care setting. You’ll also enjoy benefits like:
- Free annual flu shot and tuberculosis test
- Educational opportunities, like CPR training
- Free parking, and canteen meals during shifts of 4 hours or more
- Job search opportunities
- Job skills development
Please join the CDCE family and make a difference in the lives of America’s heroes.
Assist Veteran patients by augmenting staff with end of life care programs, foster care, community-based volunteer programs, hospital wards, nursing homes, and Veteran outreach centers.
Who We Are
VA Pacific Islands Healthcare System depends on the goodwill of donors and volunteers who want to give something back to America’s heroes. Volunteers provide much-needed help throughout the health care system and make patients’ experiences more enjoyable. Many different volunteer opportunities are available, and each volunteer’s talents are closely matched with one of our assignments. Volunteers can choose to serve at the Spark Matsunaga VA Medical Center or Community Living Center.