Your Help is Needed!
The Arthritis Foundation is the only national, voluntary health agency seeking the causes, cures, preventions and treatments for the more than 100 forms of arthritis. The Foundation has 150 chapters and service points nationwide to provide community-based programs and to raise funds.
By Volunteering with the Arthritis Foundation, you’ll be making a difference in the lives of 50 million adults and the nearly 300,000 children living with arthritis. As an Arthritis Foundation volunteer, you can use your talents and experience to make a vital difference in your community.
- Find your Local Arthritis Foundation Office or
- Use VolunteerMatch to find local volunteer opportunities in your community.
If you want to be an Arthritis Foundation volunteer you can learn more about the organization now by visiting About the Arthritis Foundation. You can also view our Code of Ethics page that describes how the Arthritis Foundation conduct our affairs according to the highest standards of behavior.
The Arthritis Foundation bestows its highest nationwide honors to several deserving recipients during its national meeting in Atlanta. Here is one 2009 volunteer honoree:
Deborah Wohlers of Orange County, CA. - Development Volunteer of the Year The award is given to a volunteer who has exemplified the true spirit of fundraising and has selflessly given their time, resources and energy to further the financial growth of the Arthritis Foundation. Shown with Dr. Jack Klippel and Cecile Perich.
You can see other 2009 Honorees here
Arthritis Foundation volunteers also serve as Advocates to local and national governments on behalf of the 46 million Americans with arthritis and chronic joint symptoms.
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