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Tangible items needed for AM&FM on a daily basis:​​​
  • Desk Copiers

  • Computers

  • Walkers

  • Wheel Chairs

  • Briefs

  • Board Games

  • Puzzles

  • Trivia Games

  • Folding Tables/Chairs

  • Computer Desk​

  • Pencils

  • Paper​

  • Binders

  • Copy Paper

  • Ink

  • Folders

  • Pens

  • Tablets

  • Medical Supplies

  • Clothing and Shoes

  • Monetary Funding of any amount, no amount is too small

AM & FM Enterprise, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) Organization, Federal Tax I.D. #33-1118294. Contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Items can be dropped off to our office at:

616 10th St. E. 

Bradenton, Florida 34208

Thank You to Our Sponsors & Donors!

Dorothy Watts

Pastor Jerry & Janice Booker



Larry Dean & Family

Alberta & Frederick McIntosh

Suzie Dobbs

Suzanne Rosenblum & Family

Volunteer Requirements
  • Minimum Age: 16 years old and enrolled in high school courses.


  • Number of Hours Required: Volunteers must commit to a minimum of 75 hours of services and a minimum of 4 hours of service per week. However, the number of hours may be subject to change depending upon the needs of the department, volunteer and with the approval of the Volunteer supervisor.


  • Processing Required: Prospective volunteers must complete a volunteer application which contains the name and signature of his/her supervisor and two personal references (non-related). All volunteers must submit a completed background check form to the Department of Volunteer Services prior to getting started as a volunteer.


  • Interview(s): A screening interview must be scheduled with the Department of Volunteer Services if you have not been pre-placed in a department. Applications are reviewed and considered based on assessed skills, interests, level of demonstrated commitment and the availability of volunteer positions. The reference check and a criminal background check are then conducted. Upon successful completion of these checks, the applicant must schedule and attend an interview with a potential supervisor. During the interview, a Placement Interview form must be completed by the interviewer and applicant.


  • *Health Related Documentation: Employees, faculty, physicians, staff, students, and volunteers, as well as at the schools of nursing and Public Health, are required to receive the flu vaccination during flu season. All prospective volunteers are screened for tuberculosis and must be determined to be free of active infection by the Department of Occupational Health before beginning service within the Hospital. Any volunteer with a positive reaction to the PPD test is advised to follow up with a chest x-ray and further medical treatment if so determined. Volunteers who serve clinical areas must receive a TB screening on an annual basis to maintain an active status.


  • Volunteers considering serving patient care areas who were born after January 1, 1957 must provide documentation of varicella (chickenpox) and measles/mumps/rubella (MMR) vaccination. *


  • Orientation and Training: Once the application, background check, interviews, and placement form have been completed the orientation and training will be done next. Training topics include a general overview of the volunteer program, benefits, and expectations. The online training can be taken on any computer with internet connection. Volunteers must repeat the Volunteer Services Orientation course annually to maintain an active status. Volunteers should be properly trained by their departmental supervisor or designated staff to successfully complete assigned tasks. This training is divided into two areas: basic workplace instruction (e.g. location of the bathroom, where to put a coat, etc.) and job instruction.


  • Attendance: Volunteers are expected to meet their commitments to their scheduled service hours. Supervisors must be notified of any absences in advance or as soon as possible. The Department of Volunteer Services should be notified of any extensive absences. After 3 consecutive unexcused absences without notification, the supervisor and/or the Department of Volunteer Services reserve the right to terminate a volunteer. All volunteers must sign-in and out when reporting for service. Failure to do so and illegible handwriting will result in service hours not being recorded. Time can be recorded on a time sheet, online or via email.


  • Evaluation: All volunteers should demonstrate a good understanding of assigned tasks. A competency assessment by the supervisor should be given after 90 days of service and then on an annual basis from the start date.

Want to volunteer with us?

Fill out the volunteer form and bring it to our offices:

616 10th St. E. Bradenton, FL 34208

Or email it to:

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