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Volunteers don’t get paid because they’re worthless, it’s because they’re priceless” - Jason Ladd

Volunteers are exceptional members of our community. They share their knowledge, experience and time in order to make a difference in our society. We believe that our volunteers feel so strongly towards our cause that their enthusiasm will encourage them to carry out our message.

Volunteers at the Alzheimer Society of York Region share or vision of providing care to families and the cure of Alzheimer Disease and related disorders. Every member of the volunteer team plays an important role in fulfilling our mission to alleviate the personal consequences of Alzheimer disease and related disorders and to promote research.  



Why Volunteer?

There are many reasons to volunteer at Alzheimer Society of York Region

  • Support a cause you truly believe in
  • Apply your current skills and acquire new and valuable ones
  • Make a valuable contribution to other people's lives
  • Flexible schedules and several different locations
  • Meet new people
  • Have fun
  • Make a difference in our community

How to Volunteer

Just think of the difference you can make by becoming an Alzheimer Society volunteer. The possibilities are endless with opportunities to suit everyone.

  • Administrative Support
  • Walk For Memories
  • Coffee Break
  • Media Support
  • D.A.Y. Centre program
  • Golf Committee
  • 3rd Party Events
  • Special Events

For more information on how you can become involved, please contact Cathy Loitsch, Volunteer Coordinator at (905) 476-5521 or by e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Download the Volunteer Application Form

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