The ALS Society of Manitoba would not exist without the help of the many, many individuals who generously volunteer their time and talent to our organization. Your involvement means that we can fulfill our mission, and make a difference in the lives of those affected by ALS/MND. Your help means so much to our clients, their caregivers and families within our province. The spirit of volunteerism is alive and well, and we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks for choosing to share your time with the ALS Society and for doing your part to enhance our community.
The ALS Society of Manitoba is a volunteer-based organization. We are a registered charity, and through the hard work of dedicated volunteers, we incur minimal operational expenses, which allows us to fulfill our mission – to help people affected by ALS/MND every day.
Our volunteers share a common trait that forms the foundation of our organization – a desire to help and make a difference in the lives of those touched by ALS/MND. Our volunteers are energetic, dedicated, motivated individuals who give their time and effort to enhance the communities in which we live.
1. Fill out an Application Form
Please fill out the volunteer application form and either mail or fax it to The ALS Society of Manitoba. Ensure that you indicate which areas are of interest to you. Also remember to include any special skills and qualifications you may have, as there may be a position for you in the future that has not been described in the application form.
2. Informal Interview
After you have completed the application process, an informal interview will take place either by phone or in person. This meeting will give you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have regarding the organization or the volunteer positions.
The ALS Society of Manitoba still needs you. Become a supporter; talk about ALS and our organization to your friends and associates, recruit a new volunteer or attend our special events. Likewise, your financial support can help make a world of difference by allowing our patients and their families to receive the care they need.