Kaiser Permanente Northern California Community & Government Relations organizes community service projects for physicians and employees throughout the year. We support Kaiser Permanente’s mission of improving the health of our communities by helping connect our physicians and employees with available opportunities, from hands-on volunteering to skills-based opportunities to board service.
Unlike traditional corporate philanthropy, our approach to community involvement is more than funding. We work side by side with organizations we support to provide technical assistance, grant funding, volunteers—and to share our experience and expertise.
Events for which Kaiser Permanente has organized volunteers in the past include the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Nike Women’s Marathon, Special Olympics, and National Volunteer Week. You can learn more about the tremendous volunteer efforts of our physicians and staff at KPCares.org.
How to Volunteer in a Kaiser Permanente Hospital
If you are interested in volunteering in one of Kaiser Permanente’s medical centers, contact the Volunteer Services department at your local medical center.
Organizations Seeking Volunteers
If your organization is interested in having Kaiser Permanente volunteers, please email us; let us know the date and time of your event and how many volunteers you are seeking.
Volunteer Information for Kaiser Permanente Employees and Physicians
If you are a Kaiser Permanente physician or employee interested in volunteering, please visit KPCares.org to:
- find a volunteer project that’s right for you
- fill out a personal profile to be notified about new projects matching your interests
- sign up to provide disaster response
- post a new project to recruit volunteers