Volunteers are integral partners in the fight against multiple sclerosis. National Multiple Sclerosis Society volunteers across the country contribute resources time, knowledge, skills and leadership that infuse the organization with energy and passion that will create a world free of MS.
With volunteer opportunities ranging from one-time events and projects to yearlong commitments in our office or on a planning committee, nearly everyone can find the volunteer opportunity best for them at the National Capital Chapter.
Here are some questions to consider when volunteering:
Taking some time to consider these aspects of volunteering will ensure the best fit for your time, your talents and your energy!
What is the time commitment involved with this opportunity and do you have time in your life for another commitment? How flexible is your schedule?
Interests, Strengths and Skills:
What do you consider to be your strengths working with a team - management, taking initiative, communication, support, working in stressful situations?
What do you enjoy doing? Are there projects or tasks that are undesirable to you - planning, fundraising, recruiting, phone calls, clerical tasks?
What training, professional experience or skills would you like to share - graphic design, law, first aid, adaptive exercise, public relations?