How do I sign up to volunteer or find out more?
Administrative Support—Office support volunteers give their time helping with research, data entry, making calls, answering emails, bulk and regular mailings, preparing program and event packets, and other office needs as they arise. The positions can be weekly, monthly, and occasional.
Advocacy—Assist our Advocacy Manager with outreach and public policy goals with local, state and national officials.
Community Outreach—After your training, volunteers represent the Alzheimer’s Association National Capital Area Chapter by providing general and physician outreach, delivering basic education programs to their community, and representing the Chapter at health fairs and other events.
Special Events—Volunteers participate in a variety of ways with special events including helping out on day-of-event tasks and being on the committees that assist with planning logistics, securing sponsorship, preparing packets, making calls, and working on recruitment.
Support Group Facilitator—These volunteers facilitate or co-facilitate regularly scheduled in-person and virtual meetings with caregivers, family members, and friends that interact with issues relating to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. The groups are primarily designed to be a support meeting but often have social and educational elements. Volunteers are trained by Chapter staff before facilitating a support group.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s—Volunteer with the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s research, care, and support. Volunteers assist on committees that implement the planning and coordination of our 7 Walk to End Alzheimer’s events. Volunteers are also needed on day-of-event to support staff with miscellaneous tasks.
SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER
To become a volunteer at the National Capital Area Chapter, please submit the Volunteer Interest Form, so we can align your interests and availability with the best possible volunteer position for you. We also want to know if you have any specific skills such as speaking another language or technical abilities that might be beneficial to the cause. If you have any questions, please contact Ben Donnelly, Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-766-9007.
We look forward to working with you and making your volunteer experience rewarding!