Pictured: LifeCenter volunteers plant 40 trees in Mt. Echo Park to celebrate the mission’s 40th year.

Volunteers Are Vital

LifeCenter Volunteers are vital to our mission to save, enhance and change lives through organ and tissue donation. We recognize them as Donate Life Ambassadors who make an immeasurable contribution in awareness and education about the importance of organ and tissue donation.

If you are interested in volunteering to make a difference in your community, please fill out a Volunteer Application online HERE.

If you are already a volunteer with LifeCenter and have a Volgistics Login, you can access our volunteer opportunities HERE. 

Please contact Jeannie Kuhn at jkuhn@lifepassiton.org or 513.578.6813 for more information.


Our volunteers have a personal connection with organ and tissue donation or strongly support our mission. Volunteer support enables us to better serve patients and their families, strengthen community relations, and continue to provide educational outreach programs to the Tri-state area.

There are a variety of projects for LifeCenter volunteers to contribute their time and talent towards. Volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to:

Volunteer Training

LifeCenter offers one-on-one volunteer training as well as yearly scheduled comprehensive volunteer courses and public speaker training.

This training includes detailed information about LifeCenter, organ and tissue donation, effective presentation skills, role plays and an opportunity to meet other LifeCenter volunteers and staff. All volunteers MUST attend at least one of these trainings in order to volunteer with LifeCenter. The trainings are held quarterly in March, June, September and December.

Pictured: Santa Maria Services and LifeCenter volunteers pictured at the Price Hill Community Garden