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AIDS Alabama depends on helping hands like yours to stretch scarce resources for maximum impact. If you are interested, please complete our volunteer application, and a member of our team will be in touch!



There are a variety of Annual Events where AIDS Alabama needs volunteers:

  • AL HIV Advocacy Day

  • Dining Out for Life 

  • Funky Food Truck Festival

  • Holiday Wish

  • World AIDS Day

  • Holiday Open House

Charity Drive

Ongoing Opportunitites

AIDS Alabama also welcomes volunteers to help with ongoing projects & general agency needs:

  • Beautification (Housing Program Support)

  • Way Station

  • HIV Testing & Prevention Education

  • Advocacy

  • Development Committee

  • Office/Clerical

Charity Donations

Volunteer Requirements

  • All volunteers must demonstrate commitment to privacy and confidentiality

  • All volunteers must be 19 years of age or older to work with our programs independently

  • Anyone under the age of 19 wishing to volunteer must be accompanied by a parent/guardian

  • All volunteers must be dedicated to valuing diversity of: Sexual Orientation, Race, Ethnicity, Age, Gender, Gender Expression, Economic Status, Physical Ability, Mental Ability, Religion or lack thereof, and all other aspects of human difference

  • View complete volunteer policies & procedures 

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Expectations & Responsibilities 

Volunteers may expect that staff and other AIDS AL volunteers will…

  • Demonstrate utmost reverence for privacy & confidentiality

  • Be respectful to all people

  • Provide a welcoming environment in which you can work

  • Provide resources and tools for the projects you are working on

  • Provide a support network for you in your activities

  • Help you understand the amount and types of work required for a given volunteer opportunity

  • Be accommodating and understanding

  • Accept and affirm you

AIDS AL expects volunteers will…

  • Demonstrate utmost reverence for privacy & confidentiality

  • Be respectful to all people

  • Be a good representative of AIDS AL and our message while volunteering

  • Be friendly to all people: familiar faces, newcomers, and fellow volunteers

  • Act in accordance with Who We Are

  • Educate yourself about the issues we are working on

  • Work with us to find volunteer opportunities that fit your interests and skills

  • Let us know in advance if you cannot show up for a volunteer opportunity that you committed to

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