Volunteers are the cornerstone of any great organization and we’re looking for positive and enthusiastic people to join us in our mission. Join the 1,200+ volunteers teaming up with our devoted staff at the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Pa Chapter! Whether you have 1 hour or 100 hours to give…this is the place for you!
How to get involved:
The Alzheimer’s Association provides vital services and supports to individuals, their families, and care partners in the community. Volunteers contribute in all aspects of the organization including program services, education, awareness, advocacy, and development. We provide a volunteer orientation and further training as needed. Background checks are required for certain positions.
Immediate Need: Pittsburgh Office Support: Come join us for a few hours a week in the Pittsburgh office. Help out with mailings, data entry, reception, etc. We need your help! Fill out an application today and email it to email@example.com.
Walk to End Alzheimer's: We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join us at any of our 28 Walks across the Chapter territory. Day-of Walk volunteers will help with Registration, raffle tickets, T-shirts, and more. If you're interested in volunteering at an event near you, please complete an Event Application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Short- and long-term volunteer opportunities include:
For a complete list of volunteer opportunities, please see the Volunteer Application above or contact the Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com.
Why I Volunteer:
“…with the Alzheimer’s Association…I can truly make a difference. I appreciate the support and education that they provide to me and my team and the families that I serve.”
– Jamie Yockin, Bethany Village, 8+ years volunteering
"For the past 16 years I have participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s™. With the help of the Alzheimer’s Association, my sponsors feel they can contact me when the disease strikes their family or friends. My awareness of the many available resources is helpful to them and it makes me feel like I am doing more than fundraising.”
– Sally Lied, 16+ years volunteering
“As someone who has lost three members of her family to Alzheimer’s Disease, volunteering gives me an opportunity to increase awareness and provide hope and help to others. I'm proud to be part of the Alzheimer's Association’s team of caring and dedicated healthcare professionals, staff and volunteers. It's very rewarding to know that I'm truly making a difference.”
– Linda Schorr, 1+ years volunteering