Volunteer With Us

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

Community Awareness Volunteer

Community Awareness

Raise awareness by representing AFTD at local events, connecting with others affected by FTD at informal gatherings, and talking with local media outlets about FTD and AFTD.

Volunteer - Support Group

Support Groups

Organize and facilitate an in-person or virtual FTD caregiver support group.

AFTD-Team Cheering


Participate in one of AFTD's established fundraising events, or hold an independent event of your own.

Looking to participate in one of our fundraising campaigns? Learn more about hosting your own event to help support our mission!

AFTD’s Volunteer Program has two Volunteer Engagement Coordinators to better assist our amazing community. Jacqueline Butler-Gamble is the lead for Zone 1 and Carrie Johnson is the staff lead for Zone 2.

Jacqueline Butler-Gamble

Jacqueline Butler-Gamble
Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, Zone 1
[email protected]

Carrie Johnson

Carrie Johnson
Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, Zone 2
[email protected]

Volunteer Coordinator Map-2

Ready to Take Action?

Complete the AFTD volunteer form and our Volunteer Engagement Coordinators will reach out to you or call us at (267) 514-7221 and ask to speak with a Volunteer Engagement Coordinator.

For those that have registered as volunteers, click here to view the upcoming AFTD volunteer orientation dates.

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