We thank our mighty volunteers for working to enhance the lives of Shorehaven residents and our extended community. We salute them all during National Volunteer Week.
The Shorehaven Service League of Volunteers works to enhance the lives of our residents. More than 350 volunteers provide for Waukesha County’s proud founders in projects including Holly Fest, Forgotten Treasures Resale Shop, Angel sales for the Tree of Love, providing escorts to Chapel, and most of all, responding to resident needs with joy, optimism, reverence, and dignity.
Volunteers work across a range of environments, from independent and assisted living to skilled care. Volunteers are diversified, industrious and compassionate, rising to meet a variety of challenges and opportunities.
The Service League has also pledged to raise $340,000 over a six-year period toward construction of the new pavilion for resident and family use. The pavilion is on the LaBelle lakeshore, offering accessible restrooms, concession area, refrigerator, sink, and running water, lighting and electricity, WiFi, and ample picnicking space. Residents and their families may reserve the pavilion for family reunions, anniversaries, birthdays and wedding receptions.
Interested in volunteering?
Start by filling out the forms that are relevant to your interests. Teens complete the TB test form and volunteer application. Adults complete the volunteer, TB and background checks.