Join the fight against Alzheimer’s disease by becoming an Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter volunteer. From planning an event to hosting a support group to providing office support, there are many ways to get involved. See below for opportunities that best fit your interests and availability
To learn more, contact the Vermont Chapter: 802.316.3839.
Community educator: Deliver community education programs using prepared training materials on topics related to Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias and memory loss as well as information for individuals and families impacted by the disease.
Caregiver support group facilitator: Help facilitate support groups that provide emotional, educational and social support to those caring for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia.
Early-stage support group facilitator: Help facilitate support groups that offer dementia-related education, emotional support, and connections with resources so that group members may live their best life for as long as possible.
Special events volunteer
Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Contributing boundless energy and enthusiasm, Steering Committee volunteers create and host a memorable Walk experience with our largest signature fundraising event.
The Longest Day - The Longest Day symbolizes the challenging journey of those living with the disease and their caregivers. Teams are encouraged to create their own experience as they fundraise and participate in an activity they love to honor someone facing the disease.
Reason to Hope Dinner & Luncheon - The Alzheimer’s Association’s Reason to Hope Dinner or luncheon captures what all of us who are affected, or may be, want: help living with dementia, coordinated financial and emotional support programs at all levels of society, and investment in world-wide research to find a cure. Proceeds raised through the Reason to Hope fund crucial programs and services to help Vermonters living with dementia, as well as expand advocacy efforts on the federal and state level and advance cutting-edge research worldwide.
Become an unrelenting voice for the needs and rights of people with Alzheimer’s disease and their families. Through regular email updates about current legislative and public policy issues, we will look to you to be an active voice on Twitter and Facebook, by writing a letter to the editor, or to join in our annual march on the State House.
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Assist with a variety of tasks which keep our office running smoothly. These include a wide variety of projects including making copies, data entry, mailings, assembling informational packets, and making phone calls.