In the words of Robert “Sargent” Shriver, creator of the Peace Corps, father of Maria Shriver, who died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease in January at age 95.

“It is well to be prepared for life as it is, but it is better to be prepared to make life better than it is.”

Making a True Impact 

Alzheimer's Community Care's volunteers are the organization's most treasured asset. Alzheimer's Community Care is excited to have 180 volunteers who generously offer 12,000 hours of their time annually to the organization!

Alzheimer's Community Care is proud to benefit from volunteers' time, commitment, experience and various skill sets that allow the organization to operate as a true community-based organization. Alzheimer's Community Care's volunteers are the organization’s community ambassadors; they work diligently to help the organization make a difference. 

Alzheimer's Community Care is extremely grateful for the volunteers' commitment and service. The organization shows it's appreciation throughout the year with various events such as the Annual Volunteer Breakfast. Alzheimer’s Community Care is lucky to have volunteers from as far back as 1996, the organization’s founding year.

Ways Volunteers Support the Organization

  • Assist in the Day Service Centers
  • Help coordinate fundraising events, including the Annual Educational Conference
  • Provide support in administrative offices

Alzheimer's Community Care offers various volunteer positions.  Please download the volunteer application as a first step in becoming involved in the community of helping Alzheimer’s families.

Total Volunteers
Hours Served
Value Added

Fiscal Year 2019-2020

If you are interested in volunteering for Alzheimer’s Community Care, please contact Malaika C. Barlow at (561) 683-2700 or at mbarlow@alzcare.org.

Alzheimer's Community Care is proudly supported by our friends and partners in the community.