ACF is made up of caring volunteers like yourself. We need your help to maintain our ongoing programs, All Terrain Chairs, and the continuation of scholarships for retreats and resources to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities.
The Board is looking for individuals who are interested, willing and able to commit to taking on responsibilities of serving the organization and its mission to educate and further the field.
While ACF welcomes anyone interested in volunteering to apply, the Board of Directors is particularly interested in candidates who have skills in the following areas:
- Grant Writing
- And Legal Functioning
The Board selects its members based on important qualifications including candidates who have demonstrated the mindset, competency and consistent commitment to engage in leadership to represent the interests of Aimee Copeland Foundation and its overall mission.
Duties may include any of the following:
- Writing grant proposals/applications
- Prospecting potential donors
- Gathering/writing up silent auction items
- Assisting in workshop administrative efforts
- And more!
ACF is also looking for “Buddies” for its All Terrain Georgia program. Each qualified individual using an ATC must be accompanied by an individual, 18 years of age or older, in good physical condition who will be referred to as their “Buddy.” Individuals and their accompanying companion are required to attend a virtual training program provided during the pre-certification process and pass the course exam.
Not everyone has someone in their life that is willing or able to assist them in getting outdoors with an ATC. Aimee Copeland Foundation wants to make sure that this is never a barrier for anyone who wishes to participate in this program. Signing up to be a “Buddy” can make a huge difference in someone’s life.
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Applicants are encouraged to respond as soon as possible, as applications will be considered in the order they are received.