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This is the Volunteer View, a new webpage for Alzheimer's Association volunteers!

Questions about anything you see here?
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator or 410.561.9099

“There is a tidal wave of Alzheimer’s fast approaching, our society is not prepared. People need information.” - Michael Weston, Outreach Volunteer

“Dementia is still misunderstood. We fear what we do not understand. But with this epidemic, we cannot delay in helping promote awareness and get the information to people who need it.” - Alida Lionaz, Outreach Volunteer


Thank You!!

Thanks to all of the volunteers who stepped up week after week to prepare the promise garden flowers for our Walks to End Alzheimer's this year.
In the Central Maryland office alone, over 55 hours were served unpacking and prepping the flowers for our wonderful ceremony at the Walks.

Special thanks to Emmanuel Eick for getting all of the walk t-shirts sorted and packed for each Walk as well. What a team!

Thank You to all who participated in our Alzheimer's Town Hall Meetings! The information collected will be compiled and delivered to the Department of Health and Human Services to help direct the National Alzheimer's Project. 


Baltimore County RSVP volunteers (over age 55) are eligible to become members of the Baltimore County Employees Federal Credit Union.

The individuals must be registered with RSVP and be submitting volunteer hours. Our Baltimore County Alzheimer’s Association volunteers qualify for this.

Contact Sherry Kolbe at to sign up for this benefit!



Thanks to all who came out in support of our Walks and the ALZ Stars teams by serving as a volunteer. Check out our pictures here!



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