You can make it happen…
Our volunteers are passionate, inspired and want to make a difference in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Whether you can spare a few hours a week or make a more significant time commitment, please consider becoming an Alzheimer's Association volunteer. There are many ways to volunteer…
Ways to Volunteer
These volunteers deliver community education programs developed by the Alzheimer’s Association, using scripted curricula, PowerPoint presentations and other prepared training materials provided by the Association. All topics are related to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias as well as the information that affected individuals and families need. Email Sunny Biden at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Walk to End Alzheimer's
Come walk with us! Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. We need volunteers who can help plan, promote and work the day of the event. You can also form a walking team of family, friends or co-workers. Read more.
Become an Alzheimer’s Advocate
Help shape laws at the federal, state or local level by talking with legislators and educating them about Alzheimer’s related issues. Association advocates have successfully raised government funds for Alzheimer’s research and improved access to care and support services for people in their communities. Read more.
Become a Champion
Join the movement to dramatically increase awareness and concern about Alzheimer’s. We’re calling on 5 million Americans – one for every person living with the disease – to become a Champion and join the Alzheimer cause. When you sign up, you will receive email updates and information on how you can help. Read more.
Volunteer at Work
Read about champions at work.
Alzheimer’s Workplace Alliance®
Read about the AWA.
Help us raise money through other seasonal events, such as Reason to Hope!
Thank you to our Leadership Board!
Vicky Ferguson: Community Volunteer
Kerry Howland: Retired from University of Tennessee-Knoxville Athletics
Bill Kelso: Partner at LBMC
Nate Naugle, Director, University of Tennessee Medical Center: Cole Neuroscience Center Brain & Spine Institute
Rebecca Williams: Development Coordinator for Catholic Charities of East TN, Inc.
Astin Woodard: Senior Financial Group