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Volunteers Needed for the 2022 Atlanta Walk to Defeat ALS!

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ORGANIZATION: The ALS Association Georgia Chapter

  • 7 people are interested
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Join the volunteer team and we'll find a spot that fits you on Walk Day! We NEED YOU to help with one of these amazing opportunities:

  • Meet-n-Greet
  • Setup walk route cones
  • Monitor walk route & cheer on walkers
  • Route monitors - hand out beverages and assist those in need
  • Food & Beverage Tent
  • T-shirt Tent
  • Breakdown the event

You'll receive a fabulous volunteer T-Shirt, kudos from all the staff, and have an amazing time seeing the dedicated Walk Teams at this annual event!

**** We are adhering to CDC guidelines.

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About The ALS Association Georgia Chapter


5881 Glenridge Dr, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30328, US

Mission Statement

The mission of The ALS Association Georgia Chapter is to lead the fight to cure and treat ALS through global cutting-edge research, and to empower people with Lou Gehrig's disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.


The ALS Association of Georgia is the only local nationally not-for-profit organization dedicated solely to the fight against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and the support of ALS patients and their caregivers. Primary responsibilities of The ALS Association of Georgia include:

-Basic Services: support of patients, families and caregivers through information and referrals, home visits, support groups, and coordination of medical care.

-Specialized Programs: Equipment loan, enabling patients to have access to equipment not covered by insurance; Children's counseling, for children of ALS patients who are in crisis because of their parent's illness; Respite care, allowing caregivers brief periods of rest while a trained healthcare aide assists the patient.

-Public Education and Awareness: To increase the understanding of ALS within the general public, and to provide in-service training to the healthcare community.

-Research Support: of projects coordinated by the National Office of The ALS Association


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Sat Sep 24, 2022
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755 Hank Aaron Drive SEGeorgia State Stadium ( Old Turner Field)Atlanta, GA 30315







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