The National Multiple Sclerosis Society relies on the skills and talents of thousands of volunteers to carry out services and fundraising programs. Volunteers are the reason our programs and fundraisers succeed!
Whether you’re looking for a short-term assignment or on-going involvement, we can meet your scheduling needs. Your valuable skills and fresh perspectives will make the Greater New England Chapter a stronger and better organization. There are numerous ways to contribute; whether through advocacy, chapter programs, fundraising, or special projects.
As a volunteer you will:
- Have fun and meet new people
- Display your talents
- Become part of a team
- Make a difference in the lives of other people
- Have a positive impact
- Help others
- Be part of fulfilling our goal to create a world free of MS
Please contact Brenda Barbour, AVP of Volunteer Development to find out more about volunteer opportunities. You can reach Brenda at email@example.com or 781-693-5135. You can also register online to volunteer at any of our events. Just go to MSnewengland.org click on the event of your choice and from there you can register as a participant or volunteer.
We are looking for Technical Support Volunteers for a new program that provides laptop and desktop computers to people with MS who are restricted to their homes or live in long-term care and do not have access to a computer or internet. Qualified volunteers must have proficient technical knowledge and skills to refurbish equipment and install software. They also need to deliver and set up new computers in client homes and provide basic computer information to the client upon delivery.
All volunteers for this position must pass a CORI background check. Please fill out the Volunteer Application form that is on our website under “Volunteer” if you are interested.
Self-Help Group Leaders of affiliated MS self-help groups are valuable volunteers for the National MS Society.
- Help create a vibrant MS network in your community.
- Meet and network with others who have MS.
- Get support and learn from others with MS.
To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.