The American Liver Foundation relies on volunteers. Not only because the generosity of their presence allows us to maximize our resources, but also because they embody the spirit and ideal of what we do. Apply to volunteer.
Furthermore, liver disease affects the full social spectrum of the country. As a result, our volunteers bring an incredibly diverse range of gifts to the table. In offering volunteer opportunities, it is our goal to identify those gifts and make the best use of them in the service of our mission. Along the way, we aim to provide a rewarding and fulfilling experience for each volunteer.
What is it like to volunteer?
There are tens of thousands of answers to that question because each ALF volunteer has a unique and inspiring story. One of our volunteer superstars Martha Shea has shared the story of how volunteering with ALF has become a cornerstone in her life. Your volunteer experience with ALF could turn out to be as valuable and rewarding for you as hers has been. Click here to read more!
When you volunteer with the American Liver Foundation you are directly contributing to the fight against liver disease. You are helping to save lives. At the same time you also:
- Make a meaningful difference in your community.
- Have flexible options and opportunities that fit your schedule.
- Build relationships and networks that last a lifetime.
- Learn and grow personally and professionally.
- Involve your family and friends.
What kinds of opportunities are available?
From educational outreach to patient support services to event planning to administrative support, the volunteer opportunities at ALF are numerous.
Fill out a Volunteer Application and tell us about your preferences and talents. Depending on your area of interest and your skill set, we will do our utmost to match you with a volunteer position that is challenging and rewarding. Who knows, perhaps you have thought of something we haven’t and your input may even inspire the creation of new volunteer opportunities!
This page was created June 9, 2015.