Welcome to Volunteer Services!

Volunteers have been the cornerstone of the Venice Family Clinic since its inception.

In fact, what started in 1970 with just two volunteer doctors and a borrowed dental office has now grown into the largest free medical clinic in the nation, with nine locations, as a direct result of volunteers.

Today, the Clinic’s community of volunteers has grown to nearly 2,100 people – including more than 500 physicians – whose time is valued at $2 million annually.

The Volunteer Services department offers a variety of opportunities to get involved in nearly every aspect of the Clinic’s operations. We match the interest and experience of our volunteers with the Clinic’s needs and priorities in administration, fundraising, medical, and social services.

Regardless of how you choose to get involved, your effort helps extend the reach of the nation’s largest free medical clinic to the underserved in Los Angeles County.



To get involved, be sure to take a look at our Volunteer Opportunities


Cassie Roque, Volunteer Services Manager, 310.664.7561, croque@mednet.ucla.edu
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