Volunteers are a vital force in our efforts to make life-changing breakthroughs possible. Get involved, volunteer with us and help make a major impact.

By volunteering with Alzheimer’s Research UK you’ll be part of a movement that believes in the power of research to change the future. Whether you’re looking to volunteer once a week, month or year – there is a role and team waiting to welcome you.


Cheer Squads

From poms poms to orange wigs, we’re taking out dementia in style.

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Event Volunteer

Every year we have opportunities to gather together our supporters at exciting events that raise vital funds and awareness as we seek to make breakthroughs possible.

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Fundraising Groups

Joining one of our established regional fundraising groups, or helping to set up a new one in your area, can be a hugely rewarding experience.


Supporter Insight Panel

Take part in surveys and discussions to tell us what you think.


Collection Tin Coordinator

Help us turn pennies into pounds in your local area for dementia research.


Health Information Reviewers

Help us to produce, update and develop our dementia health information

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Community Speakers

From talks to cheque presentations, help us to break down the stigma of dementia.

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Dementia Community Champion

Community Champions raise awareness of what dementia is, how to reduce risk, and the value of research in making breakthroughs possible.


Project Volunteers

Lend us your skills in our office or from wherever you are.

Media Volunteers

Media and Communications Volunteers

Help us raise the profile of dementia in print and broadcast media.

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General enquiry

Can’t decide which role is for you? Join our volunteering mailing list and we’ll get in touch to let you know how you can get involved…


Frequently asked questions

Got questions about volunteering with us? We’re here to provide answers and help you get involved with Alzheimer’s Research UK.