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Volunteer

Thank You

Thank you so much for your interest in volunteering at ASEB. Like many nonprofits, our resources are often not equal to our needs and the needs of our participants. There are many ways to help, and every person has something positive to offer!

ASEB Volunteer Services

As ASEB has many volunteer partners,  it is just one facet of our volunteer network.  Please inquire about the many ways you can volunteer and join the ASEB Team.

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Volunteer FAQ

Where can I volunteer?

You can volunteer at either our Berkeley, Hayward, or Fremont site.

When can I volunteer?

Hours of operation:

Our centers are open Monday through Friday 9am-4pm.
ASEB also needs volunteers on Saturdays from 10am – 2pm for its new Weekend Respite Program.

How can I help?

Providing one-on-one visits with participants.
Assist in leading activities such as arts & crafts.
Share your special talents and skills.
Assist with administrative tasks.
Assist with outings or special events, such as our annual Art Auction fundraiser.

Why it's a win win situation?

Volunteering at ASEB not only provides an arena for you to give back to the community but also provides you with a learning opportunity. Plus, it’s FUN!
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How do I get involved?

To volunteer at either our Hayward or Berkeley site, email our volunteer coordinator Lesia Walker at lesia@aseb.org or call (510) 644-8292, and make an impact in the lives of families affected by dementia.

What requirements do I need?

  • Submit a completed volunteer application packet.
  • A negative TB clearance (within a year).
  • An interview with Activity Coordinator & Program Director.
  • Attend an ASEB Orientation- date to be announced.
  • A fingerprint & background clearance with the D.O.J.
  • Commit to one year or more, with 2 hours (consecutive) minimum/session per week.

When is the next orientation?

For more information please email our volunteer coordinator Lesia Walker at lesia@aseb.org or call (510) 644-8292, and make an impact in the lives of families affected by dementia.