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FAQs

What is the Lewy Body Dementia Association?
LBDA is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, dedicated to increasing awareness of Lewy body dementia, providing outreach to families worldwide, and encouraging research.

What are the volunteer requirements?
Volunteers must be a minimum of 18 years of age, or have parental knowledge and consent. Some volunteer positions require a one-year commitment to LBDA to assure continuity and stability of our services. If your volunteer position requires a time commitment, this will be discussed during the application process.

How can I become a volunteer?
Please complete the online application.

Where are the LBDA offices located?
The LBDA business office is located in Lilburn, Georgia, with a nationwide board of directors. LBDA volunteers are located throughout the U.S., Canada, and the U.K., and we welcome volunteers from all countries to join in the efforts to raise awareness and provide caregiver support.

What volunteer opportunities are available?
LBDA is currently seeking volunteers for many different types of volunteer opportunities. Please click here to become an LBDA volunteer. After you have completed the volunteer application, an LBDA representative will contact you to discuss the volunteer opportunity that is right for you.

Who do I contact if I have a question? 
The LBDA directory will help you know who to contact based on the type of question you have. The directory is updated several times a year and will always be accessible for download by clicking here. If you have any problems with the document, please contact us at 404-935-6444 ext 100.