Volunteer to serve those with memory loss
Volunteer with The Gathering
Join the group of volunteers in your area who enjoy making a difference in the lives of people experiencing early- to mid-stage memory loss. Volunteers receive comprehensive training so they are able to plan the day’s activities and promote socialization for their participants.
To learn more about volunteering with The Gathering, contact:
Peggy Cerrito, Volunteer Coordinator
Volunteer as a Support Group Facilitator
Co-facilitators are needed for Memory Loss Caregivers Support Groups at church sites throughout the Twin Cities (see locations). Training is provided by the Alzheimer's Association.
Does this describe you?
- Good listener
- Sense of humor
- Comfortable with expressions of emotion
- Knowledgeable or willing to learn about Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and caregiver issues
- Willing to be trained as a volunteer support group facilitator with a commitment of at least one year
To learn more about volunteering as a support group facilitator, contact:
Lisa Brown, MSW, LISW, The Gathering Coordinator
Memory Loss Caregivers Support Groups are coordinated through Lyngblomsten's The Gathering, in partnership with the Alzheimer's Association.