I've absolutely loved working at the Clinic and it's given me an amazing opportunity to connect with my community. Because of my experiences here, I've decided to pursue a pre-medical track in the hopes of one day working as a physician in a clinic such as this one."
Agape Clinic’s work would not be possible without the help of our outstanding volunteers. We are honored to work with people interested in giving back to the community and those in need. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have limited onsite volunteer opportunities available. Please visit the VICNet calendar to schedule your service or email to learn more.
If you are a fully licensed medical provider (MD/DO/APRN/PA) in the State of Texas interested in volunteering with the Agape Clinic, please email Dr. Barbara Baxter, Medical Director, by clicking the “Email us Now” button below, or by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in volunteering?
Agape needs volunteers with diverse skills sets and interests. Apply below!
What type of volunteer opportunities are available at the Agape Clinic?
In the interest of safety, we have limited the available onsite volunteer opportunities. We do have a need for additional translators and licensed medical professionals. Please login to VICNet to sign up or email email@example.com for more information.
I want to volunteer in the dental department. How can I help?
We appreciate your support of the Agape Clinic mission! Dental is run by Texas A&M College of Dentistry and does not have opening for volunteers.
I am a licensed medical professional interested in volunteering. What do I need to do? If you are a licensed medical professional in the state of Texas interested in volunteering, please email Dr. Barbara Baxter, Medical Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have signed up for an on-call shift. What do I do the day of? Thank you for your willingness to serve! Please stay home on the day of your scheduled shift. On-call volunteers will receive a call by 9AM if their services are needed that day.
I have submitted a volunteer application. When will I hear from Agape?
We are very excited that you want to volunteer at Agape! We are taking this time to review applications and develop virtual volunteer opportunities. Applicants will receive details by email. Please check out other ways to help below!
I want to help but it doesn’t look like there’s a volunteer opportunity for me. What can I do?
We are so thankful that you want to help. We cannot wait to see you back at the Clinic. In the meantime, there are lots of things that you can do to stay engaged!
Drop off non-perishable food items at the Clinic! Your contact-less donation will support our patients who came to rely on the biweekly mobile food pantry.
Show your appreciation for our healthcare heroes! You can sew masks, have lunch delivered to the Clinic, or drop off notes of encouragement. Whatever you do, find peace in knowing you made someone smile.
Spread the word! We have seen an increase in demand for affordable care and have responded by adding a third full-time medical team. We are averaging 60 patient telemedicine visits per day.
Donate! The people that the Agape Clinic serves have been hard-hit by the financial impact of this crisis. Patients typically donate approximately 25% of our operating revenue, but many of our patients are unable to donate at this time.
Share your story! Do you have a story about why volunteering at the Agape Clinic is meaningful to you? Please share it with us! We’d love to hear from you.
Support our community partners! Healthcare is only one piece of the puzzle. Our community partners provide other, vital services to our patients and community. You can provide written translations from home for clients of Human Rights Initiative, have food delivered from a restaurant to feed 10-15 shelter residents of Magdalen House, or become a community advocate for North Texas Food Bank.
I was recently seen as a patient at the Agape Clinic. While I was waiting, there was an orientation happening & during the presentation I heard that there was a high need for interpreters. As I will be entering senior year, it is required for a graduate to perform community service for a set amount of time & I would love to volunteer my time and skill here at Agape Clinic as an interpreter & help such a helping clinic who helped me whenever I was in need.