Role Descriptions

Today, millions of Americans face the devastation of Alzheimer’s which is robbing us of our families, our futures and our finances. Our network of Alzheimer's Association volunteers works relentlessly to ensure access to gold-standard care and support members of their own community.

The Association is seeking volunteers nationwide to help expand the reach of our programs.
To learn more about local volunteer opportunities like those below, create a profile to match your zip code to your local chapter.

Community Educators
(In Person or Virtual)

Community Educators are volunteer public speakers who help the Alzheimer's Association provide consumer education. These volunteers deliver prepared presentations on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.

Community Representatives
(In Person or Virtual)

Community Representatives raise awareness of our programs, provide basic information, and link consumers to services. They liaise between the Association and local business, civic or faith groups.


Support Groups
(Facilitators or Mentors)

Support Group Facilitators create a safe, open environment where people share their feelings, thoughts and experiences to better cope with and manage the shared challenges of dementia. Mentors provide training & guidance for facilitators of early stage or caregiver groups.

Faith Outreach Representatives

Faith Outreach Representatives are liaisons between the Alzheimer's Association and local faith groups or congregations. They share information about Alzheimer’s disease, our free resources, and ways to join our cause at local community and education events.


Promotores volunteers raise awareness of our programs, provide basic information, and link consumers to our services. Promotores are traditionally connectors, educators, peer mentors or health advocates who serve as liaisons to the Hispanic/Latino community.


Early-Stage Leaders

Early-Stage Social Engagement Leaders plan social engagement activities such as bowling, baseball games, potlucks, tours and other cultural events for people living with memory loss and their care partners.


Data Entry Volunteer

Data Entry Volunteers are responsible for entering constituent data and other information into the Association’s databases, ensuring that records for the Association are updated and accurate.

Tech Support Volunteer

Program Tech Support volunteers provide technical assistance to deliver support groups and education programs through virtual platforms and expand the reach of Alzheimer's Association programs in the community.


Looking to Get Involved in Other Ways?

In addition to these Program Volunteer opportunities, the Association needs volunteers to support the mission through these avenues:

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