Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Volunteers are not always physically present in the hospital when they are doing their volunteer work. Two ways to volunteer from home include:
- Knitting Baby Hats
- Sewing or Quilting Project Linus Blankets
If you are interested in joining a dynamic and respected group of leaders who enhance and advocate for healthcare through hospital and community-based volunteer services, we would love to talk to you about our activities and the many volunteer service opportunities at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital. Please contact us!
Volunteers knit baby caps for Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital infants.
Volunteers are also involved with Project Linus, an organization
that provides handmade blankets for hospitalized children, and with
the Bear Angels, a group of Sherman Oaks residents who create teddy
bears for children who come to the ER, need surgery, or have lab tests
at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital.