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The Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter is looking for volunteers throughout its seven-county coverage area. 

Caregiver Support Group facilitators: Has Alzheimer’s or a related dementia touched your life? Do you want to help others caring for someone with the disease? We offer a free support group facilitator training that can prepare you to lead a group in your area.

Community representatives: Help us reach the communities you care about by leading activities at faith organizations, community centers, neighborhood events and more. By bringing information and education to places like these, you are helping to grow the cause and reach those in need.

Faith outreach representatives: Serve as a liaison between the Alzheimer’s Association and local faith groups and congregations by sharing information about Alzheimer’s disease, free resources offered through the Alzheimer’s Association, and the many ways to join our cause at local community and education events.

Office support: Move our mission forward by supporting a variety of office activities, such as mailings, phone banks and communication efforts.

Professional skills and personal passions: If you’re skilled in clerical and office procedures, planning, nonprofit boards, social work, health, finance, communications, marketing, community outreach, public speaking, diversity outreach, fundraising and/or more, we have a need for your expertise.

The Longest Day®: This fundraising and awareness event, held annually around the summer solstice to honor those facing Alzheimer’s, requires year-round planning and support. Help develop this exciting global event in your area! Click here for a list of committee positions available.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s®: Be a part of the world’s largest event to raise funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. We have a variety of roles available, including a year-round planning committee, team recruitment opportunities and event-day support.

If you are interested, click here to apply. The Alzheimer's Association will call you for an interview and provide online and self-study materials to support your learning in this volunteer role. Your reward will be enhancing your knowledge of this cause and knowing that you serve your local community and the people you care about.


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