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Volunteer Interest Form
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Alzheimer's Association.




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Volunteer interests (check all that apply)
Conduct community outreach, present educational programs, coordinate local Alz Meet Ups events, and provide resources to those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in my community.

Assist a member of the special events team with planning, implementing and coordinating one or several of our fundraising special events. Events are held throughout the year and provide the much needed financial support.

Assist with projects such as data entry, assembling large mailings, filing, and packet making.

Support groups are confidential meetings of persons diagnosed with Alzheimer's, or their caregivers. Support Group Facilitators participate in extensive training and have experience personally or professionally with caring for persons with dementia.

Volunteers will share their personal experience with being a caregiver to someone with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. They will receive training and be asked to speak approximately five times per year.

Help us promote TrialMatch at our Walk To End Alzheimer's events in September. TrialMatch is an online clinical studies matching service that connects people with Alzheimer’s, as well as healthy volunteers, to local research studies in which they may be eligible to participate. The Alzheimer’s Association is seeking one Lead Volunteer for each of our 12 Walk To End Alzheimer’s Events.

We are always seeking bilingual volunteers to translate presentations or to be trained to deliver them. We have a particular need for Portuguese/English, Haitian Creole/English and/or Mandarin/English speakers.

Support our Programs & Family Services Department by helping to track important information about our education programs and attendees. We are seeking volunteers who can conduct data entry in our Waltham, MA office on an ongoing basis. The ideal candidates can volunteer one day per week, for about 2 hours, during business hours. Extensive training is provided.

Learn more about non-profit management with a hands-on internship with the Alzheimer's Association. This position is unpaid but offers a valuable learning experience for any college student hoping to work in the non-profit sector.

Support the Association’s Advocacy and Public Policy efforts by working on awareness events such as the Annual Advocacy Day at the State House, The National Advocacy Forum in Washington, DC, Legislative Breakfasts and more.

Young ProfessionALZ is the Young Leadership Group of the Alzheimer’s Association. Volunteers, age 21– 40, raise funds and awareness by participating in advocacy events and organizing fundraisers such as an Annual Comedy Night and the RivAlz flag football game.

 Our Development Department is always busy calling our supporters to invite    them to events and/or thank them for donating to our cause. They could use    volunteers to assist with these calls. Scheduling is flexible.

There are many other volunteer opportunities with the Alzheimer's Association. If you have a specific skill like computers, graphic design or are bi-lingual, we will work to accommodate your skill set with a specific volunteer position.

I'm not sure how I would like to help and would like to speak with someone about available opportunities.


Agreement

I hereby waive all claims against the Alzheimer's Association, sponsors, or any personnel from any and all claims that may arise from or result in any expenses, personal injury, loss or damage incurred to me or by me during my volunteer participation in this event. I also grant full permission for organizers to use photographs, films or videos of me and quotes from me in legitimate accounts and promotions of this event.

(You must agree in order to be a volunteer.)

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