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Our volunteers are the glue that holds us together and the fuel to our mission in providing a “Home away from Home” for our families! Thank you for considering donating your time and talents! Below is information on how you can get involved!

There are many different ways to volunteer with the LRMC Fisher House! We have a small staff of five and would never be able to carry out the everyday tasks of running our homes without our incredible volunteers! Our volunteers are organized into five teams.

  • Home Team: provides assistance in the form of seasonal yard/landscape work and special projects. As far as projects, we look for people who have specialized skills such as painting, carpentry, and automotive skills (maintaining the Fisher House van). To learn more about the Home Team please click here to visit our Home Team page.
  • Meals Team: provides meals in the form of breakfast and dinner several days a week for our residents! Our guests are required to provide their own meals during their stay. Trying to determine “what is for dinner” is often very exhausting after a day at the hospital. Which is why, the meals provided by this team are so greatly appreciated!
  • Baking Team: provides baked goods for our guests. We like to have these snacks in the kitchen for guests to grab on their way to the hospital. This is a great way to help lift the spirits of our residents!
  • Fisher House Ambassadors: comprised of volunteers who enjoy public speaking! They have been trained on how to represent us at different events. They are vital in spreading the word about our mission!
  • Photography Team: comprised of local photographers who volunteer to photograph events for us! Their beautiful photos are used to update our website and social media accounts!

Please know how much we appreciate our Volunteers and the support and talent they bring to our program! We couldn’t provide the level of comfort and care our residents so rightfully deserve without the support of our amazing community!

If you are interested in learning more about our teams or have any questions regarding volunteer opportunities please email our Volunteer Coordinator: Also, we will advertise additional volunteer opportunities on our Facebook page, Landstuhl Fisher House.


“One hundred thank yous would not be enough for all the Fisher House Staff and Volunteers have done. We are truly grateful for everything and everyone. Our son is recovering and will soon be going home to the US!”

“To all the Fisher House Volunteers we would like to express our sincerest thanks to everyone for all you did for us while we were here! The facilities are great! Also, thanks to all the different groups who brought in meals for everyone! Our stay was virtually stress free and we felt very welcome!!”

“Thank you so very much to the wonderful staff and volunteers! It truly is a home away from home. You all made us feel so very welcome and the wonderful dinners and snacks were much appreciated!!”

“What a nice “oasis” in the midst of difficult times. When we were much to exhausted to cook or find a “dine out” establishment late in the evening it was great to open the community refrigerator and find such wonderful meals! The thoughtfulness of the families in the community is truly appreciated! Thank you for all the wonderful meals!”

“There are no words of how thankful my husband and I are to the Fisher House for letting me stay during my husband’s recovery. This place has been home for two weeks. I’ve never seen a place like this, so organized, friendly and the volunteers and staff are doing a wonderful job!! You were there in my time of need. Thank you so much! I will always have that memory in my heart!”

“To all the volunteers and donors at the LRMC Fisher House thanks so very much! My tears turned to smiles and security!”

“I am still amazed at the support here, the amount of food, and the supplies for babies and children. I am so proud of everyone involved with keeping the Fisher Houses in shape because it’s so comforting in a time of need!”