Become a Ride Day Volunteer!
Our Ride wouldn't be possible without the commitment of our passionate volunteers; from checking in riders and manning pit stops, to cheering at the start and finish line, and everything in between! Volunteers are critical to our success!
From set up to break down, there is a place for everyone! Check out some options below:
- — Medical Volunteer
- — Amateur Radio Operator
- — Bike Technician
- — Registration and Rider Check In
- — Pit Stop Support
- — General Onsite Event Support
- — Finish Line Cheer Station and Medals
Volunteers have the option to fundraise with their own personal fundraising webpage. Year after year, many of our volunteers provide event day support as well as raise critical funds that go towards research for treatments and a cure! We hope you'll join us in our mission to end Alzheimer's and all other dementias and enjoy a super fun day filled with advocacy, camaraderie, and the celebration of hope! Register today and become a part of our amazing volunteer team that makes our Ride the success it is!
If you're interested in becoming a Ride day volunteer, please register today with our free volunteer registration option!
Join our Volunteer Leadership Committee!
Are you passionate about finding a cure for Alzheimer's? Donate your time and join the Ride to End ALZ® New England Volunteer Committee or the Executive Leadership Committee. Help grow the movement to end Alzheimer's from the ground up!
Committee members are the heart of the event, helping to plan everything from the kick off to the wrap up. Some members focus on growing the event by recruiting new riders and teams, while others secure sponsorships and help coordinate logistics! Help us spread the word about the Ride and join one of our amazing Committees today!
To learn more, please email Anna Davidoff, Ride to End ALZ New England Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
90% GOES TO
90% of the funds raised go toward the Association's efforts to discover methods of treatment and prevention for Alzheimer's and other dementias.
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