Volunteer Services

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Rochelle Nasto, Research Volunteer, graduate student, Bioinformatics
Rochelle Nasto, Research Volunteer,
graduate student, Bioinformatics

Volunteer Services provides a variety of services to patients, families, and staff members. Volunteers play a critical role in the Fox Chase family. In fact, there are more than 250 volunteers working in more than 60 different service areas.

Fox Chase volunteers are of all backgrounds and life stages. Whether you are a student, professional or retiree, you can make a difference and help Fox Chase Cancer Center prevail over human cancer.

Becoming a Volunteer

  • Getting Started
    Volunteering here at Fox Chase is an integral part of the care and comfort received by our patients. FCCC volunteers are also offered a unique opportunity to participate in basic science as well as behavioral science. Fill out an application, learn more about requirements

  • Volunteer Opportunities
    Fox Chase Volunteer Services offers daytime, evening and limited weekend positions in direct, limited, and no-patient-contact categories, including research.
Jim Castrilli, 

Family Surgical Waiting Lounge Volunteer
Jim Castrilli,
Family Surgical Waiting Lounge Volunteer

 

The Fox Chase
Volunteer Community


Jeff Pawlibowski, Research Volunteer, graduate student, Basic Science
Jeff Pawlibowski, Research Volunteer,
graduate student, Basic Science

The Fox Chase
Research Community

Fox Chase has volunteer positions available in all of its research divisions. Volunteers may work in laboratories or assist programs.
Research Volunteer Placement

General Information

Contact Us



Helen Gordon, CAVS
Director, Volunteer Services
volunteerservices@fccc.edu
215-728-2804