Volunteers are an integral part of our hospital. By donating your time, you can play an invaluable role in supporting our patients and families. There are many ways to get involved:
Volunteer at Summer Scamper
Join us as a volunteer at our annual Summer Scamper 5k, 10k, and kids’ fun run benefiting patients and families at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Volunteers are needed throughout race weekend at Packet Pick Up, to staff water stations on course, at the post-race Family Festival, and more!
Host an Event and become a Champion for Children
You and your friends can plan an event to raise money for our hospital or the child health programs at Stanford University School of Medicine. We'll work with you to help your event succeed!
Volunteer as a group to create Activity Kits
Activity kits are little bundles of comfort filled with simple, creative items that any kid or teen can use to have fun. They help keep patients occupied and entertained when they may be feeling anxious or scared. Setting aside some time for kit building is a wonderful way to bring folks together to support our patients and families.
Volunteer with an Affiliate
Make a direct impact in the lives of patients and their families at our hospital when you volunteer for an Affiliate organized by our Auxiliaries. From packing grocery bags to sorting books, there are many ways to get involved.
Join an Auxiliary
The Association of Auxiliaries for Children is comprised of nearly 1,000 members operating seven independent Auxiliaries that offer many ways to get involved and support our hospital.
Join the Ambassadors
The Ambassadors for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital provide meaningful and fun opportunities for you to support our hospital, as well as unique opportunities to interact with and learn from world-class physicians.
Volunteer in our Hospital
Visit the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford volunteer page for information about available opportunities, requirements for becoming a volunteer, the orientation schedule, and our application process.