Make a difference by volunteering with the Alzheimer Society. We need people of all ages, skills, and interests to plan, coordinate, teach, speak, innovate, lead, create, inspire, build, advocate, organize, investigate, meet and greet, answer phones, motivate, and more. And with flexible time commitments, we can accomodate all availabilties. Look below to see how to help.
Leadership of the Society - Volunteer as a member of our board of directors.
Leadership in fund development - Sit on an special event committee (Walk for Memories, Shaken not Stirred, Coffee Break, Golf) and help plan successful, fun events.
Public Awareness - Share your experience with the public through media interviews, health fairs, public speaking.
Fundraising – Help out on the day of an event, or with tasks such as mailings, poster distribution.
Speak out – Help keep dementia top-of-mind among politicians and media
- Write letters or emails to different levels of government
- Meet with local politicians to help achieve public policy goals
- Participate in public forums, meetings or events
- Speak to radio, television or newspaper reporters (we’ll help you!)
For a listing of volunteer positions, click here.
Volunteer application form
If you would like to apply to become a volunteer, please download and fill in the volunteer application form and submit it to the Alzheimer Society office closest to you.
Last Updated: 03/04/15