It truly does take a community of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and supporters to help advance the mission of the American Brain Tumor Association. With that in mind, we developed the ABTA CommYOUnity™, a nationwide grassroots volunteer network, where YOU are the center of all that we do. We are proud to have the first nationwide brain tumor volunteer network dedicated to serving the brain tumor population and cause by extending the ABTA's reach to more people, in more places and in more meaningful ways.
By joining the ABTA CommYOUnity™, you will be part of a large and growing movement consisting of passionate individuals from across the country working together to make an impact in the brain tumor community.
Your personal talents will make an impact and you can choose volunteer activities that match what interests you most with the ability to have flexible scheduling.
Join us and discover how rewarding it is to be a part of the ABTA CommYOUnity™.
Watch ABTA President and CEO Elizabeth M. Wilson, MNA, share her insights about the brain tumor cause, and how the ABTA CommYOUnity™ will help reach more people, in more places, in more meaningful ways.
Tracy’s son was just two-and-a-half years old when her then 36-year-old husband Paul was diagnosed with a brain tumor. As a young wife and mother, Tracy suddenly found herself thrust into a new role—caregiver.
“It had been weighing heavily on my mind how I wanted to get involved with the ABTA because my husband Paul and I discussed before he passed away how we never wanted another family to go through this experience and not feel supported,” expressed Tracy. “I was fortunate to connect with another mother going through a similar experience, and there is nothing more meaningful or enriching than talking with someone who truly understands.”