National Volunteer Network
Throughout the U.S., AFTD volunteers donate their time and their talents to make the journey easier for the next family. Our volunteers truly understand the daily realities of FTD — the challenges, the setbacks, even the small triumphs. They are our community’s boots on the ground, delivering support, spreading awareness and making a difference for others affected by FTD.
How You Can Help
AFTD’s volunteer opportunities can be matched to best suit your skills, preferences and availability. Should you choose to donate your time to AFTD, we will guide and support you throughout, ensuring that your experience is rewarding and fulfilling — and that it positively impacts the FTD community.
Here are some highlights of current AFTD volunteer opportunities. Is one of them right for you?
Publicly represent AFTD at events, host informal gatherings, reach out to the media, or visit facilities to spread FTD awareness.
Support Group Facilitator
Lead a group for people who are facing FTD and want to find help and support.
Provide guidance and support to other AFTD volunteers.
Become a part of the AFTD-Team by participating in one of our fundraising campaigns. Learn more at our Host an Event page.
Download the full list of volunteer opportunities to learn more.
Ready to Take Action?
If you are ready to dedicate your time to helping the FTD community, take a moment to complete our Volunteer Form.
For More Information…
Contact your AFTD Regional Coordinator Volunteer. These essential volunteers represent the organization in their region, providing guidance and support to other volunteers across the country.
You can also contact AFTD Volunteer Manager Kerri Keane at 267-758-8652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have already been in contact with us and are looking for a volunteer orientation training that works for you, you can find a schedule here.
AFTD Thanks Our Volunteers!
AFTD is grateful for the hundreds of volunteers who have given their time and talents to AFTD. Our Volunteer Recognition page honors their vital contributions to AFTD’s mission and vision.