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Volunteers are the life and breath of the Alzheimer's Association Greater Iowa Chapter. As we continue to grow so does the importance of the volunteer. The Association provides an opportunity for volunteers to use current skills and also to develop new ones. We invite you to join us in our journey towards a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Along the way you will make some new friends and also be given the opportunity to be of service to others. View chapter opportunities currently available.


Volunteer Roles Needed

Office Volunteer

Word processing, answering telephone, routing incoming phone calls, helping to prepare reports, data entry, typing, mailing, researching, proof-reading and editing, and much more.

Special Projects Volunteer

Committee members are always needed for our various fundraising events as well as day-of volunteer opportunities at these events.  Our largest event is our Walk to End Alzheimer's event that takes place in September - October statewide.  Contact your local Community Relations Coordinator for more details about how you can get involved in your local event.

Speakers Bureau Volunteer

Speaking to audiences of varying composition and size about Alzheimer's disease and related topics or staffing the Alzheimer's Association resource table at health fairs, informational gatherings or conferences.

Support Group Facilitator

The Greater Iowa Chapter offers many support groups throughout our counties in Iowa. These groups are for the family, friends and caregivers of persons suffering from chronic dementia. Providing a safe environment for people to express feelings, give and receive support, learn about Alzheimer's disease and discover effective ways of coping with and caring for Alzheimer's patients.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact an office near you today!

Health Fair/Expo Volunteers

Positively represent the Alzheimer’s Association at health and wellness events and expos to distribute materials, educate the community about programs and services and recruit volunteers.

Need more information or would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities in our chapter, locate the office near you or contact the chapter headquarters at 515.440.2722 or 800.272.3900.



Alzheimer's Association

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Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.