Volunteer

Volunteering for AA&MDSIF is just one way you can get involved and give back to an organization that has helped you and your family.  By volunteering, you can help AA&MDSIF’s mission, increase awareness, raise funds, and help fellow patients and family members.

Anyone can be a volunteer - there's no such thing as a "typical" or “one-size-fits-all” volunteer. Volunteering opportunities vary greatly in both time commitment and activity.   You can do something as simple as sending an email to your Congressman or something as elaborate as a full-scale fundraising event.  There is a perfect volunteer opportunity waiting for you that will fit your interests, experience, skills, and timeline.  And we can help you find the perfect volunteer opportunity!

Consider the many ways you can volunteer for AA&MDSIF: 

Raise Awareness & Funds

AwarenessThere are many different ways you can spread awareness about bone marrow failure disease among your own network of family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues.  Learn how you can spread awareness

You can also plan an event on your own in just a few short weeks, or pull together family and friends to organize a larger event.  Learn how you can hold a fundraising event.

Be a Peer Support Network Volunteer

Be a Peer Support Volunteer The Peer Support Network Program consists of a national network of volunteers, including patients, caregivers and family members, willing to listen and offer comfort and support to patients, their family members and caregivers.  Learn how you can be a Peer Support Network volunteer and help other patients and families.

Join a Community of Hope

Join a Community of Hope Connect with other patients and families in your own community.  Communities of Hope are volunteer led local groups to create an ongoing, local organization supporting patients and families, and raise awareness and support for AA&MDSIF programs that support them. Learn more.

Take Political Action

Take political  action Visit our Action Center to learn how you can support important legislation affecting bone marrow failure disease patients by advocating to your federal representatives. Learn more.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact Community Development Manager Martha Crews crews@aamds.org.