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We have many different opportunities that fit a variety of schedules and skills. Please browse our opportunities and pick those that fit you best.

Resource Table Staffing

Our volunteer opportunities revolve around staffing resource tables.  Volunteers pass out informational resources and engage the public in discussion about Alzheimer’s disease.  Staffing resource tables is a critical way to help raise awareness in the community about Alzheimer’s disease and the mission and resources of the Alzheimer’s Association.       

Health Fair Representative
Health Fair representatives attend various health fairs on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association. Written literature on Alzheimer’s disease, programs, events, and all agency brochures outlining services from the association are distributed at health fairs.

What is the time commitment?

The time commitment for most opportunities is very flexible.  Volunteers are placed on our e-newsletter list.  Opportunities are sent out approximately once a month with detailed information and volunteers pick events that work for their schedules.  We ask that volunteers commit to one event a month, as scheduling permits. 

What are the requirements?

Basic Training – a 1 hour, in-office orientation - is required for all Resource Table staffing opportunities.  Interested candidates should submit a volunteer application.

Public Speaking

Speakers Bureau
Speakers Bureau volunteers are trained to help educate the community by delivering chapter-developed presentations about Alzheimer's disease and sharing information about Chapter services.

For more information, please visit the Speakers Bureau webpage. 

Other Volunteer Opportunities


Trial Match
 
Through our national headquarters, we are able to match volunteers with different clinical trials.  These studies need healthy volunteers, caregivers, physicians, researchers and persons with the disease.  To volunteer, call 1-800-272-3900 or click here for more information.  
 
Clerical, in-office support
We always appreciate volunteers who are willing to help us with daily operations.  Please call 713-314-1313 to work out time commitments and to check need / availability.  

Support Group Volunteers
Support Group volunteers help facilitate support groups throughout our service area.   
 
Update: We are actively recruiting for Support Group volunteers.  Please contact mallory.freitag@alz.org if you’re interested.  
 
Special Events Assistant
We often need volunteers for various events that we put on.  Please check back regularly for more information.  
 
Currently, there are no volunteer opportunities for special event assistants. Please check back later.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s Volunteers
WTEA volunteers help with day-of event support.   
 
For a complete Walk schedule please visit alztex.org/walk or email walk@alztex.org.



Interested candidates should submit a volunteer application to mail to: awolf@alz.org
.  Don’t forget to sign up for our volunteer e-newsletter.  Click Here

Questions?  Call 713.314.1313.

Other Ways to Help

Donate  
 
Consider donating to help the Alzheimer’s Association find a cure and provide support to those affected.  Click Here  
 
Advocate  
 
Become an advocate for Alzheimer’s disease.  Let’s push to make Alzheimer’s disease a national priority. Go to www.alz.org/texas and click on “Become an advocate.”


 

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