Volunteer Opportunities

 

Every year hundreds of volunteers lend Parkinson Association of Alberta their greatest gifts of time, talent and resources to help us ensure that no Albertan has to face Parkinson disease (PD) alone.  Our volunteers are clients and their families, students, retirees, individuals and companies who believe that together we can make a difference in the lives of those facing PD.

 

Our current volunteer opportunities are listed below in chronological order.  Unless otherwise indicated, please contact 780-425-6400 for more information.  To fill out an online volunteer form CLICK HERE!


 


  Step 'n Stride Volunteers Needed 

 

We're looking for motivated and passionate people to fill the following roles at our largest fundraising event of the year! In advance: Walker Recruitment, Sponsor Recruitment. Day of September 8 - Walk Registration, Site Signage, Food & Beverages. Contact information located above.


 Part-Time Office Volunteer Needed

Edmonton

Are you looking to get more involved with your local community?

Do you enjoy working with great people?

Do you have a few hours each week you can spend making a positive difference?


If this sounds like you, Parkinson Association of Alberta needs you!


Parkinson Association of Alberta is the voice of Albertans and their families living with Parkinson disease. Our purpose is to ease the burden through advocacy, education, client services and to find a cure through research.


Our Edmonton office has openings, throughout the week, in the capacity of front reception.

Duties include greeting visitors, answering phone calls and registering clients in programs. The office is open from 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday to Friday (with the exception of statutory holidays) and the volunteer shifts are in 2 and 4 hour increments.  


If you are interested in this rewarding position, please email info@parkinsonalberta.ca or call 780-425-6400.



  Faces of Parkinson's

Ongoing

Province-wide

All Parkinson Association of Alberta clients have Parkinson disease (PD) in common (whether it is themselves or a loved one), but each individual's experience and story is unique to them.  Faces of Parkinson's is an opportunity for you to tell your story in your own way -- it can be in the form of a story, poem, video or photo collage.  If you are interested in sharing your journey, please contact Brandi via email or speak with your Regional Client Services Coordinator



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