Wednesday, November 22nd 2017

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Volunteer Opportunities

There is always a need for volunteers. In addition to the volunteer opportunities below, other volunteer opportunities are available (including serving as a member of our board). If you would like to get involved with the Mental Health Association in Morgan County, please call 256-353-1160.

Ways you can help…

Friendship House
  • Prepare or donate lunch
  • Provide entertainment
  • Make a financial donation
  • Donate door prizes
  • Donate BINGO prizes
  • Demonstrate and teach an arts and craft activity or game
  • Join the Friendship House Volunteer Team
Alzheimer’s Program
  • Arrange an educational presentation for your club, church, or service organization.
  • Host an educational program to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and about how you can support family, friends, or neighbors who have dementia.
  • Refer your family, friend, or neighbor who is dealing with Alzheimer’s to the Alzheimer’s Program for support and education about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
  • Support “Project Reach” Scholarships by making a financial or product donation. (Contact the program director for appropriate products that are needed.)
  • Give a memorial or honorarium to the Alzheimer’s Program in honor or in memory of someone who have been challenged by Alzheimer’s disease of other dementias.
Operation Santa Claus
  • Make a financial donation.
  • Adopt a wish list and shop for a person.
  • Donate items that can be used for gifts. (Call MHA for a list of appropriate items.)
  • Help the Executive Director with shopping.
  • Help organize the gifts for the wrapping party.
  • Attend the wrapping party and help wrap gifts.
  • Make a dessert for the Operation Santa Claus Party.
  • Volunteer to help at the Operation Santa Claus Party.
Office Volunteers
  • Answer the phone and direct calls. Greet visitors.
  • Assemble program folders and packets.
  • Help prepare mailings.
  • Shred out of date documents.
  • Organize materials for various programs.
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