Mercy Volunteer Services - Mountain View

Mission and Ministry
100 W. U.S. Highway 60
Mountain View, MO 65548

Phone: (417) 533-6017
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Our goal at Mercy St. Francis is to provide excellent care to our patients, to their families and to the visitors that we serve. Our volunteers play a critical role in reaching, exceeding, and maintaining that goal not only to our patients but to our community thru the Mercy Auxiliary Thrift Store.  The Mercy St. Francis Auxiliary has been a vital part of the hospital since 1959, so we thank you for your interest in becoming a part of our team.

The Mercy St. Francis Auxiliary gives over 9,000 hours yearly providing volunteer services to Mercy Hospital St. Francis and Mercy Auxiliary Thrift Store. Let us help you find the volunteer opportunity that is just right for you.  We feel it is important to place volunteers in areas that truly touches their hearts.

We request that volunteers commit to a minimum of one four our shift per week, and are required to interview, complete health screening and attend orientation prior to starting. If you are interested, please fill out the volunteer application below.

The Mercy Lebanon Auxiliary is proud of their ongoing partnership with Mercy Health Foundation and is pleased to support many great projects of the foundation. For more information on the Mercy Health Foundation visit their website at  

Thank you for your interest in serving at Mercy. We look forward to meeting you!

Volunteer Opportunities

Gift Shop – Volunteers serve as cashier, help stock items, unpack, and price merchandise, provide excellent customer service

Thrift Store – Volunteers serve as cashier, help stock clothing racks, sort, price and prepare donations for sale in the thrift store

Patient Escort – Volunteers assist nurses by transporting patients in wheelchairs following procedures and surgeries. Strip beds wipe down and make beds in preparation for the next patient.

Special Projects – Assist with auxiliary fundraisers and other special projects of the auxiliary and Mercy Health Foundation.  

Volunteers must have a patient, kind and caring demeanor and be able to handle situations that arise in a diplomatic and sensitive manner while upholding the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy in meeting our community’s health needs.