There are plenty of ways for groups and individuals to volunteer throughout The MetroHealth System. If your company or organization is interested in volunteering, please view our corporate volunteering flyer
. Individuals interested in volunteering can read about a few featured opportunities below or view our list of volunteer opportunities
and complete an application
Host a Room
Act as the host or hostess of this special room and help provide a friendly, relaxing, and supportive environment to families that are dealing with the illness of their child.
Ronald McDonald Family Rooms are extensions of the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland that provide an area of respite for families to use while remaining close to their child’s bedside. Room will be staffed from 9 a.m.–9 p.m., seven days a week. Volunteers are needed for three hour shifts. Minimum age to volunteer is 18.
Spirit of Music at MetroHealth
Make music part of the healing process by sharing your vocal or instrumental talent with patients, visitors, and staff. Professional and amateur musicians perform in lobbies, at patients' bedsides, and in concert settings throughout The MetroHealth System. Volunteer as often as your schedule permits. A brief audition is required. View our Spirit of Music video.
Reach Out and Read
Read to young children in pediatric waiting areas throughout The MetroHealth System. Volunteers are needed for two-hour shifts weekly or twice per month, and the minimum age to volunteer is 18.
Founded by MetroHealth pediatrician, Robert Needlman, MD, Reach Out and Read is a national program that helps families and communities encourage early literacy skills.
Worldwide, doctors, surgeons, hospitals and medical facilities offer Reiki to their patients. Reiki is a very gentle, extremely pleasant, deeply relaxing, hands-on, healing-touch therapy.
In MetroHealth’s Hands to Heart Reiki Clinic, qualified volunteers offer Reiki appointments to patients and employees in need of a healing touch. Learn more about Reiki at MetroHealth.