This National Volunteer Week, CrossOver had much to celebrate!

Volunteers Get Creative

Volunteer pharmacist Kathy Whitten has been sewing masks and making them available to her friends and neighbors through contactless porch pick-up. She’s encouraging those who take a mask to make a donation to CrossOver as they are able.

Other volunteers are helping from home with mask-making as well as other projects, including translation of COVID-19 educational materials for our patients.

Volunteers’ Commitment Shines Amid COVID-19

Our volunteers’ commitment to CrossOver’s mission is an inspiration to patients and staff alike, and COVID-19 has only brought this into clearer focus. Some volunteers like Cathy Tuck, RN, and Leigh Ann Breckenridge, NP, are still coming into the clinic to care for patients who require in-person appointments. Others, like Allison Gregory, NP, and Barbara Fitzgerald, RN, have been offering patient care over the phone. Together, our volunteers are ensuring that our patients continue to receive the compassionate care they’ve come to trust CrossOver to provide.

Volunteers Help CrossOver Say “We Are Here”

Click to watch this short video from our volunteers, sharing a message of commitment to each other, to our patients, and to the wider community.

Thank you, CrossOver Volunteers!

Our volunteers are the hands and feet of compassionate healthcare, and we couldn’t do it without them.

For more volunteer features, quotes, and photos, see our posts from this past week on our Facebook page. To learn more about volunteering at CrossOver, visit our volunteer page or contact Becca Wethered, community engagement manager, at