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Volunteers are an essential piece of the Red Door Community program. Our community of volunteers donate their time and expertise to our mission – and together we ensure that no one has to face cancer alone. Annually, about 300 volunteers provide close to 3,500 hours of service – the equivalent of approximately $80,000 in savings for our organization.

Program Volunteer & Contractor Opportunities

Red Door Community is seeking licensed mental health professionals who are interested in volunteer and contractor opportunities. Our direct support needs include facilitating: volunteers for customized membership plan intakes with prospective members; volunteers & contractors for weekly and monthly support groups; and volunteers & contractors for individual bereavement counseling. If you are interested, please visit below to complete a program volunteer application.

Individual Volunteers

Red Door Community offers a range of opportunities for individuals to volunteer and help us support anyone and everyone impacted by cancer. Volunteers support our program through administrative tasks, facilitating workshops, community outreach, and special events.


  • You must be 18 years old or older to volunteer
  • Complete and submit an application
  • Attend a volunteer orientation
  • Volunteers working with children may be required to undergo a background check

Corporate and Group Volunteers

Corporate and Small Groups are a special component of Red Door Community volunteers. In the past, groups have volunteered to assist with social events and dinners, facilitating workshops, fundraising through third party events, or by joining our Red Door Runners Marathon Team or Red Door Riders Bike Team. Click here to find out more and join one of our Red Door Teams!

Associate Board

The Associate Board (AB) is a group of dedicated young professionals who are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals impacted by cancer. The mission of the Associate Board is to promote awareness of Red Door Community through philanthropic initiatives and volunteer service.

Junior Associate Board

The Junior Associate Board (JAB) is a dynamic group of teens dedicated to volunteering their time, talents, and energy to promote awareness of Red Door Community. Candidates must be enrolled in High School and be between the ages of 13-17 to be eligible.

Benefits of Joining the Junior Associate Board

  • Connect with members of the Red Door Community through volunteering
  • Meet, mingle, and work with other like-minded peers who are interested in making a difference in the cancer community
  • Earn community service hours