About Us

Retirement Community VolunteeringVolunteers are a vital part of fulfilling Cornwall Manor’s mission to provide the best quality care possible. Volunteers provide extra love and attention that help make Cornwall Manor such a beautiful place to live and work. Over 500 individuals and groups are recognized annually for the contributions they make to our community! With over 100 different opportunities, there is something for everyone!

How do I become a volunteer at Cornwall Manor?
The first step is to complete and submit the Volunteer Registration Form. The Volunteer Coordinator will contact you to schedule a time for orientation.

Who can be a volunteer?
Individuals must be at least 19 years old to volunteer.

Must volunteers be vaccinated?
Yes, volunteers must be vaccinated for COVID-19 if you are volunteering in Corson Hall Personal Care or the Health Center (skilled nursing). A copy of your COVID vaccine card is required at the time of registration.

Do you accept individuals needing to complete community service?
No, if you have been convicted of an offense, misdemeanor or felony.


Transmission Rates for Current Volunteers working in Corson Hall Personal Care and/or the Health Center (skilled nursing):

As of May 15, 2023, the transmission rate in Lebanon County is LOW. If you are volunteering in Corson Hall Personal Care and/or the Health Center (Skilled Nursing), employees, visitors and volunteers must  meet certain criteria in order to go maskless due to regulations. Mask requirements will be posted in Corson Hall Personal Care the the Health Center via stop light system specific to each resident care area. Please be attentive to conditions as they may change frequently.

Hours Forms:
INDIVIDUAL Volunteer Hours Form
WEEKLY Volunteer Hours Form
COMMITTEE Volunteer Hours Form
GROUPS Volunteer Hours Form