|530+ Caregivers||Our target market of family caregivers range in age from 15-96 (grandchildren to spouses) and some of them are caring for multiple recipients.|
|2266+ Program Attendees||Through our educational and wellness programs age 12-94|
|3300+ Volunteer Hours||Volunteers targeted are age 15-83|
|50+ Members||The Aloha Day Club participants age 55-99|
Aloha Day Club Volunteers
Empty Nesters, early retirees, college students and anyone with a heart for seniors. We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic men and women who enjoy engaging in conversation and who want to make a difference in the lives of others. If you have four hours once a week or more and would like to catch the Aloha Spirit, please come and join in the fun. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays between 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Musicians, artists, or anyone with a special hobby or talent to share.
Enjoy cooking? Don’t have the time to volunteer, but want to share your culinary talents? Or, do you just want to find a way to help outside of program hours? Aloha to Aging, Inc. has the solution. Daily volunteers provide our snack and lunch. Team up with friends, neighbors or families to either prepare or pick up lunch or snack for our program.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you have 4 hours a month or 2 hours a week, would prefer a one time project, or have multiple talents you’d like to share, we’d like to hear from you. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 770-722-7241.
Team Educator Volunteers: Looking for fun, spirited individuals to assist with educational programs.
Fundraising Volunteers: Help us staff or organize our annual Aloha Live & Silent Auction or create a new event.
Administrative/Computer Volunteers: If you are computer savvy or enjoy organizing, then come join our team!
Grant Writers: If you have the talent, we have the need!
Development/Fundraising: Help identify opportunities for fundraising events and potential partnerships for our fundraisers.
Event planning/Educational Programming: Help identify and plan monthly educational programs, classes, or events that will be offered to the community.
Database Management and Statistics: Assist in managing our database, identify ways to improve our input, and extract and analyze data.
Market Research: Help research and identify various local organizations, associations and membership groups. Research local, regional, and national trends and programs for active senior populations and those with Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
Marketing and Outreach: Help with marketing initiatives including writing content for social media, print pieces, website, and email campaigns, identifying additional marketing/public relations opportunities, and coordinating distribution of information to local media contacts.