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Volunteer Opportunities
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Become a Volunteer

The Alzheimer's Association counts on some 35,000 volunteers nationwide. Help us achieve our vision of creating a world without Alzheimer's disease while optimizing quality of life for people who are affected by dementia-related disorders. Volunteer opportunities can accommodate a variety of interests and skills. 

Whether you can spare only a couple of hours a week or can make a more significant time commitment, we hope you will consider joining this very special community of people passionate about making a difference.

Volunteers are needed throughout the service territory for a variety of positions.  We offer several volunteer opportunities to accommodate different interests and schedules. 

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED

Openings/responsibilities include the following:


Health Fairs - Application

  • Attend community health fairs as a representative of the Chapter to further awareness of Alzheimer's disease and services available through the Chapter

Speaker's Bureau - Volunteer Profile, Application

  • Promote awareness of Alzheimer's disease and the Alzheimer's Association to the general public and professionals


Support Group Leader Application

  • Facilitate a support group for caregivers



For further information on the above positions, please email
Elizabeth Cook or contact by phone at (502) 451-4266.

To submit an application, fax to (502) 456-2710 or mail to:
Alzheimer's Association, 6100 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 401, Louisville, KY 40205

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For further information on the following positions,
please email us or contact by phone at (502) 451-4266.

To submit an application, fax to (502) 456-2710 or mail to:
Alzheimer's Association, 6100 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 401, Louisville, KY 40205



Office Assistant
Application 

  • Provide support and assistance to Chapter staff by completing general office duties such as:
    • Answer & transfer incoming calls, greet walk-in guests, sign for packages, use copier and other office machinery, organize supply cabinet, stuff envelopes, etc.
    • Basic computer skills a plus, but not necessary
    • Students & retirees welcome 

*The Evansville Office is currently looking for office volunteers.
If interested, please contact Helene French at (812) 475-1012.


Leadership
Application

  • Serve on the Board of Directors, Regional Advisory Councils or a Chapter committee to assist the chapter in advancing its mission
    • Regional Advisory Council Member - Act as an ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Association and extend the Association’s voice/presence in the community, keep informed of community trends and needs, participate in the mission, vision, strategic plan and development plan process, and share individual expertise with the organization. Group meets six times per year. There are RAC’s in the Louisville, Lexington and Evansville communities. 


Walk to End Alzheimer's 
Application

  • Serve on a planning committee
  • Register a team 
  • Lend a hand on Walk day 


Alzheimer’s Advocate
Application

  • Become a voice for persons with dementia
  • Advocate for reforms or improvements through activities related to local, state, and national legislation and public policies to better serve the needs of affected persons, families and caregivers

 

 

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Alzheimer's Association

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