PO Box 72068 RPO Glenmore Landing Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V 5H9


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Support Neuropathy Awareness and Education

We want to help more people, but to do that we need your assistance. If you’re looking for an opportunity to get active and involved in fighting neuropathy, join us! You’ll have the opportunity to support those fighting neuropathy by providing them with information as well as help educate those in the medical community.

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Current volunteer opportunities:

  • Casino Coordinator
    • This is a big job, but it brings in so much funding for an organization.  Being small we would like to collaborate with other small not for profits that align with our work. 
  • Social Media Planner and Creator
    • This is an important channel of communication for us, but something we have little skill in. We’d love to help a young person get some experience in this field!
  • Vice President
    • The duties would be flexible enough to fit with your skills and your schedule.  We need someone with ideas and energy to move us towards our goals.
  • Website Content Writers
    • There is always new research coming out, new self-management strategies to write about and other valuable information we could be providing.  If you love to learn, write and teach, we could use your help.


If you’d like to become a volunteer, contact us through our contact form.

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering for a cause that impacts you personally, like Peripheral Neuropathy, can be profoundly beneficial for your health and well-being. Firstly, engaging in volunteer work provides a sense of purpose and fulfillment, which are essential components of mental and emotional wellness. When you contribute your time and effort to a cause that holds personal significance, you experience a deep sense of satisfaction knowing that you are making a meaningful difference in the lives of others. This sense of purpose can boost your mood, increase self-esteem, and enhance overall life satisfaction.

Volunteering offers opportunities for social connection and community engagement, both of which are crucial for mental and emotional health. By connecting with others who share your passion for the cause, you build a supportive network of like-minded individuals who understand and empathize with your experiences. These social connections can help combat feelings of isolation and loneliness, promote a sense of belonging, and provide valuable emotional support during challenging times.

Volunteering often involves physical activity and engagement, which can have positive effects on your physical health. Whether it’s participating in outdoor cleanup efforts, organizing fundraising events, or providing hands-on assistance to those in need, volunteering frequently involves movement and activity that contribute to overall fitness and well-being.

The act of giving back to others has been linked to reduced stress levels, lower blood pressure, and improved cardiovascular health, highlighting the holistic benefits of volunteering for both mind and body.

Volunteers Needed

Want to join us in our fight? Click here for information on becoming a volunteer and current opportunities.
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