The Alzheimer's Association counts on volunteers nationwide to support our vision of a world without Alzheimer's. Through the efforts of talented, caring volunteers, we are able to deliver programs, fund research and support people affected by Alzheimer's.
For more information, please contact Katya Strohl at 206.529.3882 or email@example.com.
To fill a Volunteer Interest form out online, click here.
Community Awareness and Fundraising:
Nationally our events raise the most funds and awareness for Alzheimer's, and care and support. Help provide a link to your local community and play an active role in the planning, recruiting and implementing of our fundraising and awareness events including Walk to End Alzheimer's and The Longest Day.
Programs and Services:
Nationally, the Alzheimer's Association offers more than 10,000 education programs, over 700 Early Stage Memory Loss programs and holds support groups in more than 3,200 communities. Locally-trained Community Educators, Support Group Facilitators, and other program organizers are essential to providing convenient care and support programs and services throughout Washington State and Northern Idaho.
Alzheimer's disease is one of the most critical public health issues in America. Through meeting with federal and state elected officials and raising awareness in both social and local media, our advocates helped us pass legislation and quadruple federal research funding since 2012.
Marketing and Communications:
Our marketing and communications team is vital to raising concern about Alzheimer's disease and its impact on our community, and creating awareness of events, programs and services available. Opportunities include: creative production and writing content for social media and other platforms.
All of our events, programs and services require planning and preparation. Join us as a committee member in our local chapter or offer data entry, mailing and phone support.
Help us reach diverse audiences nationwide by serving as a Community Representative in your neighborhood, congregation or community. Whether tabling events, delivering information to professionals, or supporting local partners, Community Representatives help connect individuals impacted by the disease to information and support services.
Projects and Events:
Throughout the year we are in need of support before, during or after events. Whether it is help setting up a walk, or spending a night with friends stuffing programs and information for a conference, find out more about projects and events that fit within your schedule.
To print out an application for mailing in, click below: