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Volunteer with the Alzheimer's Association

See what the power of many can do. Volunteer to help people facing Alzheimer's.

Our Story

When Jerome H. Stone learned of his wife Evelyn’s diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease in 1970, he took a disease that was cloaked in silence and helped to create a global conversation. 

Founded in 1980 by Mr. Stone and a group of family caregivers, the Alzheimer’s Association® now reaches millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias as the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. 

Alzheimer’s Association Volunteers = Passionate & Inspired

Today, over 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, and 16 million family and friends are providing unpaid care. You can do something to help by becoming an Alzheimer’s Association volunteer. 

As an Association volunteer, you will use your time and talents to make a meaningful impact in your community, connecting with others who are passionate about making a difference in the fight to end Alzheimer’s!

Become a Volunteer

How Will You Show Your Passion?

Each volunteer brings something special to our cause. Whether you’re interested in advocating for research and care initiatives, getting involved at events, or supporting and educating caregivers as well as people facing Alzheimer’s, there is a volunteer role for you. 

It doesn’t matter if you have a few hours a week or the ability to make a more significant time commitment: every Alzheimer’s Association volunteer makes a difference. Join us by becoming a volunteer today and share your talents in the fight against Alzheimer’s.

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You Can Make a Difference in the Fight to End Alzheimer’s

Are you interested in: 

  • Connecting with a variety of people in your area?

  • Teaching caregivers about Alzheimer’s?

  • Organizing fun social activities for people living with Alzheimer’s?

  • Helping community members find programs and services?

  • Creating a safe environment where people can share feelings and experiences?

  • Advocating for people affected by Alzheimer’s?

  • Inviting others to join the cause?

  • Raising funds to advance the fight to end Alzheimer’s?

Learn more about how you can get involved today. The Alzheimer’s Association will help you find the volunteer role that’s the best fit for you.

Volunteer and see what the power of many can do.

Join us today!