Volunteer Recognition

“I am so thankful for everyone at AFTD and for all of the volunteers. It’s really remarkable when people come together to work towards bettering this world.”

– Amy Eissler, AFTD Volunteer

AFTD Thanks Our Volunteers!

AFTD’s CEO, Susan L-J Dickinson, speaks on behalf of the entire organization when she says that volunteers are the “heart and soul” of this organization.

Annamarie Given, one of our Volunteer Coordinators, shouts-out our trailblazing inaugural team of Ambassadors, a new volunteer leadership role that is critical to expanding our reach in communities across the country.

Special Events Manager Bridget Graham acknowledged each member of the AFTD community who hosted a Grassroots Event or Facebook fundraiser in 2019, helping to raise national awareness of FTD and over $744,000 in support of AFTD’s mission!

Jeni Cardosi, also an AFTD Volunteer Coordinator, expressed gratitude for the energy and dedication our volunteers have shown in raising critical awareness and sharing your stories in communities across the country.

Support Services Manager Bridget Moran-McCabe sent out a huge, heartfelt “thank you” to our Support Group Volunteers for the energy they invest in creating a safe space for support group attendees all throughout the country.

Kerri Keane, AFTD’s Volunteer Program Manager, praised all of our volunteers for their tireless efforts to help families facing FTD to find help and share hope.

We look forward to when our volunteers can get back out into communities across the country to make a local impact. In the meantime, let us take this opportunity to once again voice a resounding “Thank You!”

AFTD Volunteer Meghan Roscoe


AFTD is so proud of our committed, passionate, and energetic network of volunteers across the country. Even during the pandemic, volunteers are still making an impact and moving AFTD’s mission forward. One such volunteer is Meghan Roscoe of Connecticut. Since 2014, Meghan has contributed to AFTD’s mission by serving as a Food for Thought liaison and support group volunteer, and by doing community outreach. Click here to read more about Meghan’s valuable service in support of AFTD’s mission over the last six years.

To view past AFTD profiled volunteers for their outstanding service to the organization, see the links below:

“Don’t be afraid to share your story. AFTD has so many resources to guide and help you. You can make a difference.”

— AFTD Volunteer Nanci Anderson

Lindsay Early and Nanci Anderson
Volunteers and Staff