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Volunteer for GeorgiaCares

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” 
– Mahatma Gandhi
 

As the aging and disabled populations continue to grow, volunteers are needed now more than ever. GeorgiaCares’ volunteer program is called PEACH Pals. All volunteers are asked to commit to at least four (4) hours of service per month for at least six (6) months. Training and support is provided prior to official duty.

Become a GeorgiaCares PEACH Pal. You can serve as a:

Partner Volunteer

Under the direct supervision of the local coordinator, the primary role and responsibility of the GeorgiaCares Partner Volunteer is to promote and market community awareness of health insurance information, assistance and referral services provided by GeorgiaCares.

Educator Volunteer

Under the direct supervision of the local coordinator, the primary role and responsibility of the GeorgiaCares Educator Volunteer is to instruct the community on the purpose and goals of GeorgiaCares, changes in Medicare, and current issues affecting people with Medicare.

Administrator Volunteer

Under the direct supervision of the local coordinator, the primary role and responsibility of the GeorgiaCares Administrator Volunteer is to maintain overall organization and administration for the local GeorgiaCares program.

Counselor Volunteer

Under the direct supervision of the local coordinator, the primary role and responsibility of the GeorgiaCares Counselor Volunteer is to provide health insurance information, assistance and appropriate referrals to Medicare beneficiaries and their families.

Hero Volunteer

Under the direct supervision of the local coordinator, the primary role and responsibility of the GeorgiaCares Hero Volunteer is to conduct outreach events for the GeorgiaCares program.

Complete the Volunteer Inquiry Form, if you are interested in volunteering with GeorgiaCares.

Volunteer Testimonial

"I had a goal to do something intellectually challenging, that would make a difference, and something that has some variety."

- Gary Schwartz, SHIP Counselor