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Thank you for volunteering with us! Your time and energy is greatly appreciated!

Below are resources and tools for current volunteers. If you are a volunteer but would like to donate your time in other areas, please click the "I'm Looking to do More" button. If you would like to see what we've been up to, check out our Volunteer News Update!

Self-Report Volunteer Hours

Why do we track volunteer hours?

Volunteer hours are used as a tool for obtaining critical funding from various sources.

  • Volunteer hours provide crucial insight into the needs of our community. Volunteer hours are a valuable tool in detailing and highlighting how volunteers impact our community, what they accomplish and how valuable they are to the operation of the Alzheimer’s Association.
    • Our volunteers are remarkable and we want to be able to properly recognize their contribution. We count what we value, so tracking is recognition that volunteer time is important.

Volunteers can self-report volunteer hours through the button below.


 

Volunteer Round Table Discussions

Did you miss the Volunteer Roundtables in August? View them here.

Read the Q&A from both sessions here.

Dementia Mentors

• Dementia Mentors can submit their contact records here.

Stay Up-to-Date


Update your information by emailing Erin Kelley at ekelley@alz.org.

Sign up for e-news! Our weekly e-newsletter is the best way to stay up-to-date with all things Alzheimer's Association. On the third Wednesday of each month, we publish our Volunteer News Update in e-news.


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Presidential Service Awards

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Alzheimer's Association

Our vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease®.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.