Volunteer CommYOUnity

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On behalf of the American Brain Tumor Association and the nearly 700,000 individuals living with a brain tumor diagnosis, we thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the first and only nationwide volunteer network dedicated to the brain tumor cause. 

As a member of the ABTA CommYOUnity™, you will be a part of a large and growing grass roots movement consisting of patients, caregivers and health care professionals from across the country all committed to increasing awareness of brain tumors; helping patients and caregivers better understand their diagnosis and treatment options; strengthening relationships with the medical, scientific and legislative leaders; and providing much needed support and encouragement to one another.

It is our hope that the ABTA CommYOUnity™ volunteer experience is both meaningful and rewarding for you.  As a member of the ABTA family, please don’t hesitate to let us know if and how we can better support your volunteer efforts. 

Why Volunteer for the ABTA?
With the launch of the American Brain Tumor Association's CommYOUnity, a national volunteer network, the ABTA is able to expand our reach. Here are some examples of why you may consider applying to be an ABTA Volunteer.

Belief in the Mission
Volunteers have a meaningful experience when supporting an organization they believe in. ABTA CommYOUnity™ volunteers believe in the ABTA's mission to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors to improve, extend and, ultimately, save lives.

Extra Hands
Volunteers are the lifeblood and backbone of many organizations who simply could not succeed without you. Volunteers can contribute to the ABTA in so many ways, extending services to reach greater numbers of people; extending hours of operation; or diversifying the type of services that we are able to offer.




To join the ABTA CommYOUnity™, please fill out our Volunteer Application Form.


To report back on a recent volunteer event or experience, please fill out our Volunteer Event and Activity Report survey. 

Should you have any questions about this new program, please contact Sue Ward, Director of National Volunteer Programs, at 866-659-1030 or sward@abta.org.

Giving your time, energy, and talent is another way to join the fight against brain tumors. There are numerous ways you can become involved all year long. Please review the listings below and submit the volunteer information form to be contacted about opportunities. To learn more about the ABTA CommYOUnity™ please join us for ABTA 101 Orientation. Registration dates and times may be found here.



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