Working with others in a shared mission can be a rewarding experience—and it can make a real difference.
Indiana Donor Network volunteer advocates contribute in many ways to help educate Hoosiers across the state about the importance of organ and tissue donation. Volunteering for Indiana Donor Network is a great way to promote the gift of life, build friendships and have fun all at the same time.
Volunteer advocates live in communities across Indiana, and depending upon their interest and time commitment, participate in a variety of activities, including:
- Staffing the Indiana Donor Network booth at community events and/or assisting with special events
- Speaking to school, business and community groups
- Assisting in Indiana Donor Network offices
- Serving as Donate Life Indiana ambassadors at local BMV branches
Indiana Donor Network provides training and ongoing support for the organization’s volunteers who are able to choose activities that match their interests, skills and schedule. Volunteers are required to commit at least 16 hours of service to the organization each year. Many Indiana Donor Network volunteers find the experience so rewarding and enjoyable that they serve many more hours than required.
Join us—Become an Indiana Donor Network Volunteer Advocate
Learn more about volunteer opportunities at Indiana Donor Network by attending our online introductory presentation. The presentation will provide more information about our mission and organization and help you decide if serving as an Indiana Donor Network volunteer is right for you.
Complete the online form below or call 888.275.4676, if you would like more information. An Indiana Donor Network community relations coordinator will contact you with details and answer any questions you may have.